Troopers Release More Information In Sheridan County Bicyclist Death

wyohighwaypatrolTroopers investigating the vehicle vs. bicycle crash with the unknown subject in Sheridan County have completed their investigation.  The victim has been identified. Information has been gathered from acquaintances and other evidence shows this was an intentional act.  The coroner has ruled this incident a suicide.  It will not count as a highway fatality.

 

Previous Information:

 

At 9:45 a.m. on September 1st, an (unknown) bicyclist was northbound on WYO 338 near the intersection of WYO 338 & WYO 339, 4.1 miles nort of Seridan.  For reasons unknown, the cyclist moved from the emergency lane going into the northbound lane of travel in front a northbound vehicle driven by David Miller (56) of Billings, Mt.  Miller drove into the southbound lane of travel and slowed in an attempt to avoid striking the cyclist who drove into the southbound lane in front of Miller's vehicle whereupon the Miller vehicle struck the cyclist with the right front.

 

The bicyclist did not have any form of identification on his person and as of this morning remains unidentified.  Troopers believe he may live in the Sheridan area as he did not have any belongings with him on the bicycle.  It appears the victim is in his 50's to 60's years of age range.
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Topics : Law_Crime
Location : BillingsSheridan County
People : David Miller
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