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Colorado Springs, CO – Cyclist Killed By Car Collision ID’d

A cyclist who was killed in a car crash was identified.

The incident happened on North Cascase Avenue, on November 15.

49-year-old Meiko Leach was biking when he was rear-ended by a Chevrolet sedan. It then continued southbound and hit a sign.

Before 2:30 pm, police responded to the scene and found Leach suffering from serious injuries. He was immediately taken to a local hospital but died later.

He was not wearing a helmet during the crash. He was is the third cyclist dead and the 40th traffic fatality in Colorado Springs this year.

Officials are investigating the incident further. No charges have been filed yet.

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