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(KSL News) A motorcyclist now faces a charge of negligent homicide for killing a woman in a collision last year, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.
Nineteen-year-old Brian Martinez was riding next to another motorcycle in June of last year when he bumped into it, knocking the passenger off the back and into oncoming traffic. She was struck by another vehicle and killed.
Police said Martinez was speeding at the time of the accident and was driving without a license.