Hillsburgh man in serious condition, Kitchener resident charged after crash

MAPLETON – A Kitchener resident is charged with careless driving after a crash here on Monday that seriously injured a Hillsburgh motorcyclist.

On April 6 at about 1:50pm emergency crews responded to a collision involving a motorcycle and sedan on Wellington Road 12 at the 4th Line of Mapleton Township.

Wellington OPP officials say an eastbound sedan and a westbound motorcycle collided when the driver of the sedan attempted to make a left hand turn in front of the motorcycle.

The driver of the motorcycle, a 57-year-old Hillsburgh man, was transported by air ambulance to a trauma centre with serious injuries.

The driver of the sedan, Phoumy Homsombath, 65, of Kitchener, was uninjured, has been charged with careless driving causing bodily harm and will appear in Guelph court on July 15.

Police continue to investigate the collision.