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Navy man dies as bike, car collide

The driver of a Holden Commodore has been charged with dangerous driving causing death after a motorcyclist died in Secret Harbour last month.

Major Crash Investigators have charged a 20-year-old Secret Harbour man in relation to a fatal crash on March 27 in which a member of the Royal Australian Navy died.

A police spokeswoman said a Honda motorcycle was heading north on Mandurah Road, Secret Harbour about 6.20am on that day.

"As the motorcycle approached the intersection of Surf Drive, a white Holden Commodore station wagon entered the intersection colliding with the motorcycle," the spokeswoman said.

"The 50-year-old male rider of the motorcycle was badly injured and died at the scene."

The Secret Harbour man has been summonsed with the offence of Dangerous Driving Occasioning Death and is due to appear in the Rockingham Magistrates Court at a later date.

Anyone with information about this crash, or who saw either of the vehicles involved prior to the crash that have not been spoken to by police, is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The West Australian

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