Man Killed in Bicycle Collision on San Miguel Road [Concord, CA]

Man Killed in Bicycle Collision on San Miguel Road [Concord, CA]
Man Killed in Bicycle Collision on San Miguel Road [Concord, CA]

60-Year-Old Bicyclist Fatally Struck by Pickup Truck near Systron Drive

 
CONCORD, CA (July 11, 2018) – A man was killed early Wednesday morning following a bicycle collision on San Miguel Road.
 
The collision took place shortly after midnight near Systron Drive. A 60-year-old bicyclist was attempting to cross San Miguel Road when he was struck by a 1990s-model GMC pickup truck, driven by a 57-year-old Antioch man.
 
The bicyclist, determined to be a resident of Concord, sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. His identity was not immediately released until his next of kin has been notified by the Contra Costa County coroner. The driver of the pickup truck stayed at the scene and was cooperative with the investigators.
 
Authorities believe that drugs and alcohol did not play a role in the deadly collision. The cause remains under investigation and anyone with additional information regarding this fatal incident is encouraged to call Officer Lawrence at (925) 671-5097.
 
No additional information has been released to the public at this time.


We extend our sincerest sympathies to the family and friends of the deceased. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this trying time. May he rest in peace.


If you have lost a loved one in a tragic bicycle collision, contact the wrongful death lawyers at Sweet Law Group. We understand what you and your family are going through and are here to help. With over 40 years of experience in the legal field, we have dealt with a variety of cases including personal injury, wrongful death, disability, and car accidents. Call us at (800) 203-3061 to arrange your free consultation with an experienced legal professional in your area. For your convenience, we are also available through email, text message, and online chat.
 

 

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