Earlier this week, acommemorative bike ridewas underway on Sunday morning for a cyclist killed by a dump truck.
28-year-oldUBCPhD studentAgustin Bertrandrides a bike near Pacific Boulevard and Hornby Street in Vancouver. I was killed when I was there.
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On Sunday morning, a group of cyclists and Bertrand's family gathered at the Vancouver Art Gallery before embarking on memories.
"After her husband crossed the crossroads shortly after the incident, I just started tweeting about it," said Lucy Maloney, the organizer of the Tribute Ride.
"I'm very angry because we're always going through that intersection. I'm a cyclist advocate and whether other riders set up a tribute ride. I asked. So I contacted my family. "
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Cycling proponents speed We hope that more measures will be implemented, such as compulsory and protected bicycle traffic lights.
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