Bicyclist From Sandersville Killed on the Fall Line Freeway in Washington County, Georgia
WASHINGTON COUNTY, GA – May 1, 2018 (13wmaz.com). According to an online news report at 13wmaz.com, charges have been filed in a bicycle accident leaving a bicyclist dead on the Fall Line Freeway on Monday, April 30, 2018.*
A 58 year-old man perished Monday, April 30, 2017 after being struck by a car while riding on his bicycle. The accident occurred at around 5:30 p.m. on the Fall Line Freeway, according to a report from the Georgia State Patrol.
Per an initial investigation of the accident, it demonstrates that Theodore Yarboro was driving in his Nissan Xterra going eastbound on the highway while the bicyclist was also traveling east in the most righthand lane close to the fog line.
The Georgia State Patrol notes that the Xterra struck the back of the bicycle on its passenger side, causing David Cummings, the bicyclist, to be thrown from his bike. Due to the extent of Cummings’ injuries, he was taken to an area hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.
Charges are expected to be filed against Yarboro. The accident remains under investigation. No further details are available at this time.
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