Aaron Hoelling Killed in Bicycle Accident on Twin Cities Memorial HighwayNY Accident Lawyer
Posted on May 23, 2018
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Tuesday morning, a bicyclist was killed in an accident on the Twin Cities Memorial Highway. He was identified as 34-year-old Aaron Hoelling. He was killed when he was riding his bicycle and was suddenly struck by a vehicle, causing him to be hit by another car.
The incident started when Hoelling tried to beat the red light even though the drivers technically had the right of way. The first vehicle struck his bike in the rear tire, which caused him to fall and the second car ran him over.
Hoelling was pronounced dead after being taken to the hospital. No charges have been filed.
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