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Bicyclist from Lebanon, Tennessee Dies in Tragic Hit and Run Accident

June 16, 2019

WILSON COUNTY, TN – According to an online news report at, the Tennessee Highway Patrol is currently seeking information regarding the death of a bicyclist from Wilson County who was struck by a hit and run driver.  The accident occurred last weekend on Old Murfreesboro Road.*

According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a sixty six year old man was riding on his bicycle on Old Murfreesboro Road during the late evening when an automobile hit him.  The driver of the driver did not stop and fled the scene.  The bicyclist was then hit by another vehicle and died to the extent of his injuries.  

Police are currently searching for a 2002 to 2007 Saturn Due or a 2005 to 2009 Chevrolet Equinox.  The hit and run vehicle is believed to be tan or gold colored, and will likely be missing a rear view mirror on the driver’s side.  The vehicle may also have sustained damage to the driver’s side of the vehicle or quite possibly the front.

Anyone with information can call the Tennessee Highway Patrol Nashville Regional Dispatch Center at (615) 741-2060 and request Trooper Rick Alexander or Sgt. William Gregory.

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