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Motorcyclist hit by car passing Farming Equipment near Waterloo

By Matt Lalande in Motorcycle Accidents on June 17, 2020

Motorcyclist hit by car passing Farming Equipment near Waterloo

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.

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