Bethesda, MD – Fatal Bicycle Crash Reported on Old Georgetown Rd near Cheshire Dr
Bethesda, MD (June 2, 2022) – A major crash reported in the Bethesda area left one person with fatal injuries. At around 4:10 p.m., on June 1, the Montgomery County Police Department and Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Services responded to the scene of a crash on Old Georgetown Road.
According to reports from MCPD, a bicyclist was riding in the 10200 block of Old Georgetown Road during the early evening hours. For unknown reasons, they were struck by a vehicle near Cheshire Drive.
The bicyclist suffered traumatic injuries due to the crash. They were rendered aid at the scene. However, authorities confirmed that they passed away due to their injuries.
At this time, MCPD is investigating the crash.
Our warmest condolences go out to the family of the victim who lost their life due to this accident.
Fatal Bicycle Accidents in MarylandAutomobile accidents in Maryland take the lives of hundreds of people every year. In some cases, people are not traveling inside vehicles at all. Unfortunately, we see many people using bicycles at the time of their accidents. People who are riding bikes are generally unprotected from impact. As a result, they are more likely to suffer severe injuries and accidents involving larger vehicles or those speeding.
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Our Bethesda bicycle accident lawyers at Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC have over 65 years of experience helping bereaved families protect their legal rights after losing loved ones. Our lawyers can help you by taking all of the legal work off your hands and performing various tasks to ensure you are in the best position possible to move forward.
Our lawyers can meet with you for a free consultation at your earliest convenience. During this time, we will gather evidence and information about your loved one’s accident. We will begin immediately by identifying who is at fault for the crash. We will go to the scene to gather evidence and speak with witnesses to the accident. We will obtain copies of the police report, medical reports, and other evidence and information pertaining to the accident. We will put together a solid legal claim on your behalf and file all of the documents, evidence, and petitions in court.
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