Driver or Cyclist Inattention May Have Caused Cyclist’s Death | Law Firm Newswire

Driver or Cyclist Inattention May Have Caused Cyclist’s Death

Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) November 3, 2016 - A bicycle rider was killed after being struck by a box truck on an Indianapolis state road.

When police arrived at the scene of the accident, they found the bike rider dead and the trucker waiting to answer questions. The investigation is ongoing, and police are unclear why the accident occurred.

The state road is well known to be a dangerous stretch for car accidents. Residents report that bicyclists are not uncommon on the highway, as it is the only way across. Police say both drivers and bicyclists need to use caution.

The ongoing investigation will reveal if the box truck driver or the bicyclist were distracted. If it is determined that the trucker was negligent, the family of the deceased cyclist may be able to seek compensation for damages.

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