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State Police Identify Bicyclist Killed In Crash

Monday, November 23, 2015

 

Oregon State Police on Sunday identified the bicyclist killed in a crash with a pickup truck driven by an employee at the Lane County Sheriff’s Office.

Kimberly K. Wyatt, 54, was killed in the crash. The Ford F-150 that she collided with was driven by Ed Lagrone, an employee at the Lane County Sheriff’s Office.

Police said that Wyatt was wearing dark cloth and had no rear lighting on the bicycle. Wyatt was also said to be riding on the left portion of the slow lane of Highway 99 west, near the lane divider.

Police are still investigating the crash. 

 

Related Slideshow: Slideshow: 10 Cities with Lowest Bicyclist Fatalities

Portland has the fourth lowest bike fatalities, according to 2014 report by the Alliance for Biking and Walking. Portland's high amount of bicyclist commuter rates and bike-friendly streets help keep deaths low, according to the study. Find out what other cities have low fatality rates for bikers. 

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 2.3

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Minneapolis, Minnesota

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 2.3

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Seattle, Washington

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 1.7

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Atlanta, Georgia

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 1.6

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Denver, Colorado

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 1.5

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Washington, DC

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 1.1 

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Portland, Oregon

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 1.1

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San Francisco, California

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 0.9

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Wichita, Kansas 

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 0.0

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Arlington, Texas 

Fatalities per 10,000 daily bicycle commuter: 0.0

 
 

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