Sleep-driving was a factor at the time of the accident, says a Toronto man’s lawyer, reports The Hamilton Spectator.

A Toronto man with a diagnosed sleep-driving disorder has pleaded guilty to killing an ArcelorMittal steelworker by driving the wrong way on the Queen Elizabeth Way.

Ryan Quatsch is facing a possible four- to five-year prison sentence and a 10-year driving prohibition when he appears for sentencing April 1 before Ontario Court Justice Marjoh Agro.