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Hearing in fatal crash starts

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A preliminary hearing began this week for a 20-year-old man facing a charge of criminal negligence causing death for a fatal vehicle collision on Dugald Road in September 2011.

Vann Hansell also faces charges related to impaired-driving offences and a weapons-related offence.

There is a publication ban on the hearing.

The head-on collision occurred at about 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 6, 2011, on Dugald Road near Goodyear Avenue. Winnipeg police said at the time that an eastbound Toyota pickup swerved into the westbound lane to avoid rear-ending traffic that was stopped because of construction, colliding head-on with a westbound Dodge Neon.

The driver of the Neon, Mark Derry, 53, was taken to hospital in critical condition but died later from his injuries.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 10, 2013 A8

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