A man has admitted killing 60-year-old bus driver Kenneth Matcham and injuring seven other people in a multi-vehicle horror crash last Halloween.

Dorjan Cera's car collided with two single-decker buses in Orpington on October 31 last year, with Mr Matcham dying at the scene.

On Friday, Cera, 20, pleaded guilty to causing Mr Matcham's death by dangerous driving on Sevenoaks Road, Orpington, south-east London.

He also admitted seven further counts of causing injury by dangerous driving, being unlicensed and uninsured and possession of an identity document with improper intent.

Judge Wendy Joseph QC adjourned sentencing at the Old Bailey until August 6.

She said everybody who had been affected by the crash "must be utterly devastated" by what happened.

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Cera, of Hillingdon, west London, who faces a maximum of 14 years in jail, was remanded into custody.

The incident took place around 10pm on October 31, after a car was involved in a collision with two busses on Sevenoaks Road.

Photos quickly emerged as ten ambulances, 60 firefighters and police rushed to the scene.

The victim was identified as Kenneth Matcham, from Gravesend, who was a grandfather of seven.

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A JustGiving fundraiser has also been set up by a Go Ahead London colleague, and raising £21,100 to support his family.