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Early results of a police investigation suggest a 17-year-old Decatur Central High School student died this morning after
he ran a red light on a bicycle and was hit by a semi.
Why Eduard Westone rode into the intersection at Kentucky
Avenue and Heathrow Way is anyone’s guess. The location is an entrance to the AmeriPlex industrial park south of Indianapolis
But the unnecessary death raises questions about bike safety in a city that’s looking
to join a national trend toward getting cars off streets to reduce congestion and pollution.
It isn’t uncommon
to see bicyclists running lights. Or weaving in and out of traffic, darting onto and off of sidewalks or taking any number
of other risks.
Now that more bicyclists are taking to the streets, how do you feel about safety? Are too many
reckless? If so, should anything be done about it?