A man killed in a vehicle-pedestrian collision on the weekend is being remembered as a hard-working father who helped the people around him.Nolan Sugar was identified by family as the 33-year-old man who died following a Saturday incident on the Piapot First Nation.“He was always a hard-working person,” his sister Ashley Sugar said. “He helped people. If they asked him for help, he would go out of his way to help them. He raised two sons on his own, and now those two sons are left behind with no father, so that’s the really sad part about it.”She said the boys are 10 and 12.A 43-year-old woman from the Piapot First Nation, Leah Nicole Pratt, is facing charges of dangerous driving causing death and criminal negligence causing death.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.According to Southey RCMP, members responded to a report of a collision between a vehicle and pedestrian on a “residential laneway” at 2:20 p.m. Saturday.When officers arrived at the scene, a 43-year-old woman allegedly confirmed she had struck a 33-year-old-man with her vehicle. She was arrested at the scene.Nolan was transported by STARS Air Ambulance to a Regina hospital where he was pronounced dead.Pratt made her first appearance at Regina Provincial Court on Monday morning. The Crown opposed her release from custody. Defence lawyer Greg Wilson said he wished to run a bail hearing, but given it was a first appearance, the Crown wasn’t yet ready.The case was set over to Wednesday, when a bail hearing will likely be held.By Monday, several family members and friends had posted messages on social media about the man’s loss.One man who identified himself as Nolan’s uncle said he was stunned while another man posted his condolences to the family, stating, “He’s born angel left an angel … Soo sad.”Ashley posted her concerns about the investigation, stating her belief it should have been “a homicide investigation.” She wrote that the family wants answers in the case and hopes to see a more serious charge laid.An RCMP spokesman was unable to confirm whether the investigation is ongoing.Speaking on Monday, Ashley said her family was already struggling, having lost their mom in April.“Now we lost him, so that’s really upsetting …,” she said. “He was always constantly with my father, so my father’s taking it really hard right now because he was always helping him.”She added Nolan was close to her one-year-old daughter and made time to play with his niece.“She just loved him, and that’s the sad part about it too is she doesn’t get to play with him anymore,” Ashley said.hpolischuk@postmedia.comtwitter.com/LPHeatherP