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Crash alert: 67-year-old bicyclist killed in Cumberland County

by Ponce Law | October 5th, 2020

CROSSVILLE, TN – A 67-year-old man died of injuries sustained in a bicycle accident in Cumberland County last week, 1057 News reports.

It happened Wednesday afternoon on the 600 block of Clint Lowe Road in Crossville.  The victim was identified as Gerald L. Ellis of Lake Tansi.  A motorist who saw the incident told authorities that Ellis ran off the road while approaching a curve and flipped over the bicycle handlebar.  First responders arrived on the scene to find Ellis in a ditch.

He was transported in an air medical helicopter and died later at an area trauma center. Investigators do not suspect any foul play was involved in the incident.

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