• March 09, 2023

Woman Killed in Bicycle, Truck Accident on US 19 in Cross City, FL

Cross City, FL -- March 6, 2023, a woman was killed due to an accident where a semi-truck hit her on US 19, then left the scene.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 2:00 a.m. in Dixie County. Authorities were called to the area of US 19 and NE 124th Avenue where they say a southbound truck hit a 55-year-old woman that was also southbound on a bicycle. The truck involved did not stay at the scene.

Woman Killed in Bicycle, Truck Accident on US 19 in Cross City, FL

The woman sustained fatal injuries due to the collision. Right now, authorities have not offered a description of the suspect vehicle. The fact the truck left the scene is obviously concerning, as that's often a sign that someone may have been intoxicated, driving without a license, in a stolen vehicle, hiding from warrants, etc. However, there are sometimes incidents like this where, given the size disparity, the driver doesn't even realize they hit someone.

Either way, the driver needs to speak with the authorities. Innocent mistake or reprehensible attempt at self-preservation, this woman's loved ones deserve answers. It may take continued efforts from the community putting these details out into the public to get someone to come forward.



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