A father says he’s desperate for answers, as the two year anniversary of his daughter’s death approaches.
Ron May lost his 36-year-old daughter Christy after she was struck by a vehicle while riding a bike at the intersection of Russ Baker Way and the Dinsmore Bridge on Sea Island on July 30, 2014.
He says he’s bewildered as to why charges haven’t be laid against the driver responsible.
“How could you let somebody just drive over top of your daughter and not see them at least, it’s not going to be a huge jail term or anything, but how can somebody just drive radically through the traffic, over top of a concrete median where there’s a street light, kill somebody, and in two years no charges? Do you think I could let that go as a parent?”
May says he’s organizing a memorial ride with up to 70 motorcyclists on Sea Island to honour his daughter’s life.
RCMP Cpl. Annie Linteau says the investigation is active and ongoing and for privacy reasons, they can’t comment on the status of the driver.