Driver intoxication caused April crash that killed two
London Community News
Police have determined that alcohol was the main factor behind an April collision that claimed two lives.
Bradley “Wayne” Haggith, 47, of London and Dr. Dana Winterburn, 49, of Ilderton died on the night of April 10 when the black Chevrolet SUV driven by Haggith crossed the centre line of Oxford Street just east of Woodhull Road and collided with the 2004 Subaru Forester driven by Winterburn.
London police said they have received a toxicology reported prepared by the Centre of Forensic Sciences which concluded that Haggith’s blood alcohol content was more than 2.5 times the legal limit at the time of the crash as the concentration of alcohol in his blood was measured at 202 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.
Winterburn was a family physician who also served as a professor in the department of family medicine at Western University and served as the site chief of family medicine at London Health Sciences Centre.