Cyclist Killed Near Carter Lake, 1 Driver Stays On Scene
September 22, 2016 - Finding Carter
LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The hunt is on for a motorist that might have contributed to a genocide a bicyclist.
Police contend a collision happened along a highway nearby a opening Carter Lake in Larimer County.
The cyclist, 43-year-old Jason Holden, died on a scene. Colorado State Patrol is now investigating.
Cyclists who float nearby Carter Lake contend a area is pleasing though dangerous. Chris Liferman rides a area often.
“We’re usually given a 12-inch shoulder, so it doesn’t concede most room to stay on a side,” he said. “With that pronounced we have to float a white line or only a left to a white line.”
CSP needs assistance anticipating a white sedan or tiny SUV and a motorist who strike Holden. As a motorist upheld and bumped Holden, troopers trust Holden fell off his bike. Holden afterwards presumably tumbled into a westbound line and was struck by a second motorist in a lorry streamer home from work. That driver, Robert Conde, 49, did a right thing and stayed on scene. His family contend he is ravaged by a accident. They did not wish to go on camera with CBS4.
Conde has not been cited or charged with anything during this time.