Murder charge would require intent.
But you could definitely go after a wreckless endangerment charge. No different than "drunk driving".
You don't have to get in an accident or hurt anyone to be convicted.
take your pick. This homosexual intentional disregared medical safety and intentionally risked the lives of recipients. Intent was there, act was there. Canada will hit him with a wet noodle.
I guess "wreckless" would be at the core of the definition of "endangerment," assuming you were acting recklessly. Once the wreck occurred, it's no longer "endangerment."