Cyclist Killed in Collision with 2 Vehicles on Highway 4 [Stockton, CA]
Cyclist Dies After Collision with 2 Vehicles on Highway 4 in Stockton
STOCKTON, CA (January 3, 2020) — A bicyclist died after a collision with two vehicles on Highway 4 Thursday morning in Stockton.
The authorities said the incident occurred near West Charter Way and Army Court at around 5:00 a.m.
The first vehicle that hit the cyclist was traveling on Charter Way. The driver immediately stopped, remained at the scene, and called 911.
However, before traffic investigators arrived at the scene, it appeared that a second vehicle also hit the bicyclist while he was down.
The police said they didn’t know whether the driver of the second vehicle was able to see the bicyclist. They have not released the name of the victim who died at the scene. They only identified him as a 33-year-old man.
Meantime, the investigation is ongoing. The police are looking for the second driver but are not calling the incident a hit-and-run. Anyone with information may call the Stockton Police Department.
Our deepest thoughts and regrets are with the loved ones of the victim.
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