Isle Of Man / Ellan Vannin

Belfast doctor pleads not guilty over motorcyclist's death

Kevin Baker
Image caption Mr Baker was on a Yamaha motorbike when he collided with a Nissan car on 4 June

A doctor has denied causing the death by careless or inconsiderate driving of a motorcyclist from the Isle of Man.

Kevin Baker, 69, and from Foxdale, died in Noble's Hospital after his Yamaha motorbike collided with a Nissan car driven by Dr Philip Windrum on 4 June.

The crash happened between Handley's Corner and Barre Garroo crossroads.

The 47-year-old from Coopers Mill Avenue in Dundonald in Northern Ireland, denied the charge at Douglas courthouse on Tuesday.

A pre-trial review will be held at the court on 28 November.

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