Officers say the crash involved a VW Bug, a Honda and a BMW. Police also say a bicyclist was in the middle of the street at the time of the crash. The 50-year-old man on the bicycle was pronounced dead at the scene.
Randall Reyes, 53, was riding east on his bicycle on St. Louis Street when he began legally crossing West Street shortly before 4:45 p.m. Saturday, police say. Reyes was struck by a southbound BMW driven by a 16-year-old boy.
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After a serious or fatal bicycle accident, take these steps to help the recovery process
When someone is seriously injured in a bicycle accident, the first days and weeks are spent getting medical treatment and dealing with the new reality of injuries, pain, lost work, and disruption to normal life. When someone dies in a crash, family members are forced to deal with grief, anger, and loss as they struggle to move forward.
After a serious or fatal bicycle collision, an injured person, or the family left behind, incur damages including the cost of current and future medical expenses, lost work and wages, pain and suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life. When the crash is caused by a negligent driver, there may be financial recovery available for the victims.