Man, 35, accused of causing deaths of two motorcyclists in…

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Man, 35, accused of causing deaths of two motorcyclists in crash appears in court
2021-12-22 14:08:00
A man accused of causing the deaths of two motorcyclists on an infamous stretch of East Yorkshire road has appeared in court. David Hemingway, 35, of Main Street in Bishop Wilton appeared in court charged with causing the death of two riders on Garrowby Hill over two years ago. For the latest court news and headlines, click here. The incident on August 8, 2019 led to the tragic deaths of both Michael Midgley, 65, from Goole and Geoffrey Toase, 64, from York. The two riders were on separate vehicles on the A166 Garrowby Hill when they were stuck and killed by the driver of a silver VW Polo. Hemingway is accused of two counts of death by dangerous driving and appeared at Hull Magistrates court by video link. For the latest Hull Live headlines direct to your inbox, click here. Mr Hemingway appeared at Hull Magistrates via a video link (Image: Hull Live) He was assisted by his father and was unable to confirm his own details, instead they were confirmed by his defence solicitor Mr Colin Byrne. At the time of the incident in August 2019, police confirmed that a 32-year-old man driving a silver VW Polo was travelling along the A166 Garrowby Hill in the direction of Fridaythorpe at around 3.40pm. Mr Midgley was riding a Kawasaki 636 ZX6R and Mr Toase was on a Honda CBR 1000 motorbike, travelling in the opposite direction to the VW Polo. On the stretch of road between the junctions with Barf Lane and The Balk, the three vehicles crashed, leading to the road being shut in both directions for several hours. Tragically, both bikers were fatally injured during the collision. Your free Hull Courts newsletter We report from Hull's courts every week. So for the latest headlines and s

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