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Kelowna man pleads guilty

Ryan Follack has pled guilty in court to charges stemming from the death of a woman in New Westminster last year.

Follack was arrested back in February and charged with Drive Without Due Care and Drive without Reasonable Consideration.

He pled guilty to both charges on Wednesday.

Charges were laid after Gemma Snowball was struck by a motor vehicle in the intersection of 6 Street and 6 Avenue in New Westminster on March 12 of last year.

She passed away as the result of her injuries.

The New Westminster Police Department conducted an extensive investigation which included the Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Team along with independent experts who were able to assist with the investigation.

That investigation led to charges being laid.

Follack will return to court Aug 8 following a pre-sentence report.


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