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Police say a Charlotte metropolis employee brought on a crash that killed a motorcyclist

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A Charlotte Department of Transportation Kama Failed to reduce speed An 81-year-old man died in a collision together with his truck Motorcyclist Patrick Carlos Ramia Aug. 9 on Freedom Drive, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police stated.

In keeping with a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Division information launch Thursday, police have charged 68-year-old Morris Wanba Spice with wrongful dying by automobile and failure to cut back pace to keep away from a collision.

Spice’s bond info and court docket date weren’t obtainable Friday.

In keeping with CMPD, Spice’s 2011 Ford Tremendous Responsibility pickup struck the rear of Ramiah’s 2020 Honda Monkey after Ramiah merged to the left in entrance of the pickup, The Charlotte Observer beforehand reported.

Ramia was eastbound on Freedom Drive between Camp Inexperienced Road and Berryhill Highway simply after 11 a.m., police stated.

Ramiah fell off his bike, and the pickup hit him once more, in response to CMPD.

In a press release beforehand reported by WSOCMetropolis officers stated on the time that Spice was driving a CDOT truck and Padding was on administrative go away pending a police investigation.

Police urge witnesses and anybody else with details about the crash to name CMPD Detective Matthew Pressley at 704-432-2169, extension 3, or the Crime Stoppers nameless tip line at 704-334-1600.

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