THE driver of a vehicle from which Bollon father Scott Todd fell and died earlier this month has been charged by police.

Mr Todd, 38, was killed just after midnight on the morning of Saturday, June 11, when he fell from the back of the ute being driven along Dowling Street in Thargomindah.

The driver of the vehicle, a 27-year-old Thargomindah man, was not physically injured.

Police confirmed this morning the driver had been charged with dangerous operation of a vehicle causing death.

He has been bailed to appear in the Cunnamulla Magistrates Court on July 6.

Mr Todd, a father of three, was a well known grazier in south west Queensland. He’s been remembered by friends and loved ones online as a caring mate and a passionate advocate for farmers.

Scott Todd with wife Alison
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