Earlier this week, a tragic accident in Kentucky took the life of one Baltimore woman who was riding across the country to raise money for the Ulman Cancer Fund. According to a report by CBS Baltimore, the 4,000-mile ride originated in Baltimore and was supposed to end up in Portland, Oregon. However, in Scott County, Kentucky, around 3:30 in the afternoon, a truck driver crashed into a crowd of bicyclists, killing the Baltimore woman and injuring one other.
Evidently, a errant truck crashed into the crowd of bicyclists as several of them were on the side of the road changing their tires. The other injured rider decided not to complete the ride. And the uninjured teammates decided to ride for 48 hours after the fatal bicycle accident to honor their fallen teammate.
The investigation into the cause of the accident has not yet been completed, and police have not given any indications as to what may have caused the truck driver to crash into the crowd of bikers. However, police have told the public that the driver of the truck did remain on the scene and has cooperated with police thus far.