Bin lorry crash in Glasgow causes Christmas shopping chaos in Glasgow
Bin lorry driver Harry Clarke has no memory of the crash (Getty)

The driver of a bin lorry that killed six people in a Glasgow city centre crash will not be charged over the incident.

Harry Clarke, 58, was behind the wheel of the Glasgow City Council refuse truck that ploughed into Christmas shoppers on 22 December 2014.

The Crown Office has confirmed neither Clarke or the council will be charged over the incident in which a further 10 people were injured.

A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) will be held later in 2015 once a location has been decided to establish the facts surrounding the incident.

Three people killed in the accident - Erin McQuade, 18, Lorraine Sweeney, 69, and Jack Sweeney, 68 – were family members.

Stephenie Tait, 29, Jacqueline Morton, 51 and Gillian Ewing, 52 also died after the lorry crashed into the side of the Millennium Hotel.

Clarke previously said how he has "no memory" of the crash, adding how he still thinks about the victims every day.

"I just want all of the families of the injured and deceased to know I can't remember anything," he said.

"I wish I could but I was unconscious. I have racked my brain to try to remember but I can't. I will never know what happened other than people telling me what they saw. I grieve for everyone involved in the accident. Every day is a struggle."