Driver gets 2 years in death of Saskatoon man
A Saskatoon man is going to jail after pleading guilty to killing a local restaurant owner in a motor vehicle crash.
On Wednesday, Provincial court Judge Marilyn Gray sentenced Kenneth Bruynooghe, 37, to a jail sentence of two years less a day.
Court heard Bruynooghe was late for a flight and was racing to the airport early on a Sunday morning in February.
He drove through a four-way stop sign, slamming his half-ton truck into a minivan being driven by Tommy Tse.
Tse, who was coming home from a night shift at the Olympia restaurant, which he owned, was killed.
Bruynooghe was charged with dangerous driving causing death.