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Driver pleads guilty in connection with 2016 crash that killed cyclist in Richmond

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From 2016: Hundreds of cyclists held a memorial ride for Brad Dean, and called for safety improvements on the roads in the wake of his tragic death. Jill Bennett reports – Nov 19, 2016

A driver has pleaded guilty to a charge connected with a 2016 crash that killed a cyclist in Richmond.

Michael Fan pleaded guilty to driving without due care following the death of cyclist Brad Dean. Two other cyclists were also injured.

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Driver pleads guilty in Richmond cyclist’s death – May 15, 2018

The Crown is seeking an $1,800 fine and a one-year driving ban.

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Fan faced a single count of driving without due care under the Motor Vehicle Act, but was not being charged criminally, a decision that outraged Dean’s family.

— With files from Jesse Ferreras and Tanya Beja