Isle Of Man / Ellan Vannin

Woman, 63, charged over Kirk Michael cyclist death

Kate Burge Image copyright Murray Lambden
Image caption Kathryn Burge was described as a "talented athlete" who could perform to a "very high standard"

A 63-year-old woman has been charged with causing the death of a cyclist in the Isle of Man.

Kathryn Burge, 41, from Lonan, died following a collision with a Range Rover on Main Road, Kirk Michael, on 4 August.

Linda Thompson from Sulby appeared at Douglas courthouse to face charges of causing Ms Burge's death by driving without due care and attention.

No plea was entered and she was bailed until 18 December.

Ms Burge, a physiotherapist born in Stafford, died from chest and spinal injuries at the scene.

She has been described as a "talented athlete" who could perform to a "very high standard".

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