Category Archives: Bicycle Accidents

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In Tennessee, Two Labor Day Weekend Hit-and-Run Bicycle Accidents

Over Labor Day weekend, two bicyclists in Robertson County were injured in hit-and-run bicycle accidents. The two separate incidents left the bicyclists with varying degrees of injury. One, a 59-year-old woman, was stable at the scene but transported to the hospital with potentially serious injuries. The other, a 42-year-old male, was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. What to Do After a Hit-and-Run Accident Bicyclists are more likely than people in cars to suffer serious injury in hit-and-run accidents. If the hit-and-run driver flees quickly, the bicyclist may not have enough time to reorient his or herself to identify anything about the driver. With this in mind, it may be wise to mount a camera either on your bicycle or on your helmet. Video evidence was crucial in identifying the man who struck a bicyclist on Natchez Trace a few weeks ago. Contact the police and medical personnel as…
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Victim of Natchez Trace Hit-and-Run Gets New Bike from Donations

The man who suffered serious injuries in a hit-and-run on Natchez Trace will be back on the road soon. But when he hops back on a bike, it will be a shiny, new racing bike. Tyler Noe was riding with a friend on Natchez Trace with a friend on July 8. While they were riding, a black SUV sped up alongside them and hit Noe before fleeing the scene. Noe was thrown from his bicycle and suffered serious injuries, which he is still recovering from. Police tracked down the driver, who had taken stickers off his car and had cleaned the spot that hit Noe to avoid identification. When questioned, he blamed Noe, saying that Noe had thrown his bike at the car. Caught on Camera The kicker? The whole incident was caught on Noe’s friend’s head-mounted GoPro camera. The perpetrator confessed to the crime and was charged with assault…
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Driver in Hit-and-Run Bicycle Accident Facing Federal Charges

A Franklin man has been indicted on federal charges after fleeing the scene of a bicycle accident, caught on camera. On July 8, two bicyclists were riding in Williamson County when a car sped past them, knocking one over and causing serious injuries. The other cyclist’s head-mounted camera captured video footage. The footage was then posted online. When they found the driver, authorities noted that stickers from the back of his vehicle were removed to prevent identification. He claimed that one of the cyclists threw their bike at his car, an account directly contradicted by the video. He could be facing up to 12 years in prison on aggravated assault charges, up to five years for lying to a federal agent and up to 20 for obstruction of justice. Injured in a Hit-and-Run? Here’s What to Do If you have suffered injury in a hit-and-run, your immediate actions will determine…
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