State Police Identify Bicyclist Killed In Crash
Monday, November 23, 2015
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.
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