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Canadian Champion (Milton, ON), 21 Nov 2019, p. 7

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* B CRIME CHARGE LAID IN NEAR-FATAL E-BIKE CRASH RIDER REMAINS HOSPITALIZED MORE - THAN TWO MONTHS AFTER CRASH LOUIE ROSELLA A Burlington woman has been charged with dan- gerous driving causing bodily harm after a crash in Milton left an e-bike rid- er with critical injuries. Halton Regional Police announced the charges late Monday, Oct. 28, more than two months after the Aug. 18 crash. The collision occurred in the northbound lanes of Trafalgar Road north of Lower Base Line. The subsequent investi- gation by Halton Regional Police determined that a northbound Jeep Compass driven by a woman collided with the rear of an e-bike driven by a 35-year-old Mis- sissauga man. The rider was trans- ported to Hamilton Gener- al Hospital in critical con- dition as a result of severe b"N Torstar file photo A Burlington woman has been charged with dangerous driving causing bodily harm following a crash in Milton which left an e-bike rider with critical injuries. head trauma, where he re- mains with "life altering injuries," said Det. Const. Thien-An Vu of Halton po- lice's Traffic Services Unit. Haleigh Hutchinson, 25, is charged with dangerous. driving causing bodily harm. She will be back in court Dec. 16. IB NEWS WOMAN ACCUSED OF STEALING POPPY DONATION BOXES A 32-year-old Milton woman has been charged following the theft of three poppy donation boxes. in Burlington. Police said the first incident took place on Monday, Nov. 11 at a grocery store on New Street. LIST YOUR CHRISTMAS BAZAARS WITH US ONLINE Torstar file photo A Milton woman has been charged with theft of three poppy donation boxes. rd During the moment of si- lence for Remembrance Day a Royal Canadian Le- gion poppy donation box was stolen from the store's counter. Two more Royal Canadian Legion poppy do- nation boxes were stolen the following day at a Brant Street coffee shop. A Halton police investigation result- 7s ed in one arrest on Friday, Nov. 15. Brittany Richard- son, 32, of Milton has been charged with three counts of theft under $5,000. Anyone with additional information about this inci- dent or on any other crime is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Springridge 6L0Z '1Z 18quisroN 'Aepsiny) | uoidweys ueipeues uo | L Of Lary Al 7 » 4 ' TBE O10 FEE UC TAREE Decorations FRASER FIR CHRISTMAS TREES SANTA'S WORKSHOP WEEKENDS + 10am-3pm November 23 - December 15 * $10 Visit with Santa * Decorate a Gingerbread Man Paint a Glass Ball Ornament O14 VHD LIA GIN FR dei 7256 Bell School Line, Milton 905-878-4908 woo uojjeyapisul

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