By Matt Lalande in Motorcycle Accidents on June 17, 2020
CTV News reported yesterday that a car that was trying to pass farm equipment was the cause of a crash that sent a motorcyclist to hospital with serious and life-threatening injuries. The crash happened Tuesday near Weimar Line in Wellesley around 6:30 p.m. Waterloo Regional Police say that the car, a Toyota Corolla, was driven by a man travelling west on Weimar Line behind farm equipment which was slow moving. The Toyota tried to pass the equipment as it was approaching the peak of a hill before colliding with the motorcycle. The driver of the motorcycle, a woman in her 50s, was airlifted to Hamilton General Hospital with life-threatening injuries. Waterloo Police say that speed may have been a factor and that charges are pending. Weimar Line, between Greenwood Hill Road and Hackbart Road, was closed for several hours while officers investigated.