Bicyclist dies after striking curb, hitting head on pavement
Posted on Monday, August 24th, 2020 at 12:43 pm
TACOMA, WA – A bicyclist died Sunday morning after hitting the curb on the 1600 block of S Mildred St and then striking his head on the street.
Police activity in the 1600 block of S Mildred St was for a fatality accident investigation. A bicyclist hit a curb then struck his head. The bicyclist was pronounced deceased at the scene. No other vehicles involved. Collision Investigation Team responded. The roadway is opened. pic.twitter.com/2ASKLttuuC
— Tacoma Police Department (@TacomaPD) August 23, 2020
Tacoma Police reported that the bicyclist died at the scene. The cyclists’s identity has not been released, and there were no other vehicles involved in this accident.
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