Bruce County courthouse on Thursday, May 16, 2019 in Walkerton, Ont. Scott Dunn/The Owen Sound Sun Times/Postmedia Network
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West Grey police have charged a driver with criminal negligence causing death after a man riding a motorcycle died from injuries sustained in a collision with a Hummer sports utility vehicle near Markdale on May 29.West Grey Police Service issued a news release Friday afternoon which announced the charge was laid after a month-long investigation.The person charged, whom police did not name as per its naming policy, is a 41-year-old woman from the former Glenelg Township who was driving the Hummer. Police said they brought her to bail court in Walkerton for a scheduled appearance Friday, the release said.Police declined to name the deceased, a 36-year-old man from West Grey, citing the wishes of the family.On May 30 police issued a news release which said they and West Grey firefighters attended a call the day before on the West Back Line, north of Grey Road 12, about a collision between a Hummer H3 and a motorcycle.Police found the Hummer overturned in the ditch with a 41-year-old woman inside. She was slightly injured and was transported to hospital where she was treated and released.The motorcycle driver was airlifted to a trauma centre after Grey County EMS took him to a local hospital. On June 1 police announced in a news release the motorcycle driver died in hospital of his injuries.“It is believed that the two parties knew each other and subsequent to a police investigation, the motor vehicle collision is being treated as suspicious,” the initial news release said, which asked for any witnesses to come forward or anyone with home surveillance video of the roadway to contact police.