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Driver charged in deadly Cotswold crash

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police charged a woman with misdemeanor death by vehicle in a multi-vehicle crash which left a motorcyclist dead and two major streets closed Saturday morning.

The crash happened at the intersection of Wendover and Providence Roads in the Cotswold neighborhood.

Police say Susan Kyle Brown was trying to turn left on to Providence Road when she hit James Junior Johnson, who was driving the motorcycle.

Johnson died at the scene. Police say Brown's BMW and another truck she hit had to move so emergency responders could reach Johnson.

Brown was given a $5,000 unsecured bond.

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