ONSLOW COUNTY, N.C. (WITN) – The Highway Patrol says that it has been able to identify a cyclist who was hit by a vehicle Monday night.
Troopers said that Jamie Sanderson, 49, of Richlands, was hit by a car while riding his bike on U.S. Highway 258 west of Richlands.
According to the Highway Patrol’s investigation, Sanderson’s bike did not have a headlight.
Troopers got that call around 9:45 p.m.
Sanderson was taken to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune where he died.
The Highway Patrol says the driver did stop after the accident. Trooper says he was fully cooperative and no charges are expected.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol is asking the public to help them identify a bike rider killed after a collision with a vehicle Monday night.
The Highway Patrol says a man riding his bike on U.S. Highway 258 was hit by a car west of the Richlands town limits.
Officials say they got the call about the collision around 9:45 p.m.
The Highway Patrol says he was taken to Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune where he died.
Troopers say the the middle aged man had red hair and a short beard.
The Highway Patrol asks anyone with information on the collision or to identify the bike rider to call (919) 733-7952.