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5 Apr 2020 9:23
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cycling

    A man's been charged after a cyclist was hit and killed by a car on Auckland's Queen Street last month

    A man's been charged after a cyclist was hit and killed by a car on Auckland's Queen Street last month


    59-year-old Geoffrey Burridge died in hospital after being critically injured in the collision in the early hours of May 26th.

    A 30-year-old's been charged with excess breath alcohol causing death.

    He's due to appear in the Auckland District Court next Wednesday.

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