• December 29, 2022

Bicyclist Killed in Truck Accident on South Cameron in Harrisburg, PA

Harrisburg, PA -- December 27, 2022, a bicyclist was killed following an accident where a tractor-trailer hit them off South Cameron Street.

Initial details are scarce at this time. News sources said that a bicyclist was crossing Cameron at the time when a tractor-trailer traveling southbound hit them. This resulted in fatal injuries.

Police said they spoke with the driver and determined the truck had a green light. Beyond that, however, they did not give further information. Would other details even change things, though? If the truck driver had the green light, what else is there to discuss?

Bicyclist Killed in Truck Accident on South Cameron in Harrisburg, PA

Put simply, someone lost their life here. It's important their loved ones have a clear understanding of what happened. Whether it's the speed of the truck, the visibility of the victim, the design of the intersection, lighting in the area, other drivers who may have been involved, video footage of the incident, or any number of other contributing factors, authorities don't always take the time to look into every possibility.

That's when important information slips through the cracks, and I've seen just how awful things can be for a family already grieving the loss of a loved one and then having to deal with not knowing what exactly happened to them. So while I certainly couldn't say what happened here beyond what's currently available to the public, I know from experience that these reports are likely not telling the whole story.

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