The victim was riding his bicycle when a passenger vehicle making a turn on a main road struck him. This is the second fatal bicycle accident this year in Newport Beach, California.
The bike crash occurred at around 7:40 p.m. in the town of Newport Beach, California. Local law enforcement authorities say that paramedics pronounced a 41 year-old Irvine resident, Paul Lin, dead at the scene of the bicycle accident. Newport Beach Police are asking the community to come forward with any information they may have regarding the fatal bike accident.
The first of the two lethal bicycle accidents this year took the life of a 58 year-old woman. A white minivan and the cyclist collided on East Coast Highway.
Newport Beach city officials are working on implementing a Bicycle Master Plan to improve bicycle safety in the city. Until such a plan takes effect, more bicyclists are in danger of becoming victims of fatal car accidents.
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