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Kimberly, ID – Bicyclist Killed in Vehicle Collision at N 3400 E & E 3400 N

Posted by Attorneys of Idaho | Jun 06, 2024 | 0 Comments

Kimberly, ID (June 6, 2024) – A fatal collision occurred at the intersection of N 3400 E and E 3400 N in the Kimberly area of Twin Falls County earlier this week, and troopers with the Idaho State Police confirmed initial details in connection with the crash on Monday.

A 76-year-old man from Kimberly was riding a bicycle southbound on N 3400 E when he was hit by the driver of a 2000 Hyundai Accent traveling westbound on E 3400 N. The Hyundai was operated by a 37-year-old man from Oakley, who was accompanied by a 24-year-old man riding as a passenger. Although the bicyclist was wearing a helmet, he succumbed to his injuries at the scene. The two individuals in the vehicle sustained only minor injuries. However, the ISP is currently investigating this incident and has not released further details at this time.

Our sincere condolences go out to the deceased man's family. Our thoughts are with the injured victims in hopes of their full recovery.

Pedestrian Fatalities in Idaho

Kimberly, ID - Bicyclist Killed in Vehicle Collision at N 3400 E & E 3400 N

Throughout the state of Idaho, there has been a serious increase in pedestrian accidents involving individuals strolling along city sidewalks, riding bicycles across town, and simply enjoying the great outdoors. Unfortunately, the fact that these incidents have the strong potential to be deadly or to result in serious harm to those involved simply adds insult to injury. 

Due to their increased vulnerability, children and the elderly often sustain more serious injuries in these incidents, making the aftermath of these accidents even more difficult and frustrating to cope with. And, even while it may appear clear that a car's driver is liable for the vast majority of these incidents, other people could also be at fault. For example, the manufacturer or the service provider of a vehicle may be at fault if a faulty part causes a driver's brakes to fail. Holding local authorities responsible for issues like poorly lit roadways or insufficient maintenance is also possible. Thankfully, our knowledgeable pedestrian accident attorneys at Attorneys of Idaho are here to help and counsel you throughout the process of a claim, ensuring you know your rights and choices.

At your earliest convenience, make an appointment for a free consultation with one of our Kimberly pedestrian accident attorneys as soon as possible by calling (208) 314-8888. After reviewing your case, we'll let you know what we believe to be the best course of action. You will be under no obligation to move forward, but you can get helpful information and better understand your path moving forward. Don't wait to get the help you deserve after a crash; contact our team as soon as you're available. 

Notes: Our writers used outside sources to create this post, and our staff has not independently verified the information. If you find anything inaccurate in this post, please contact our office, Attorneys of Idaho, and we will make the correction right away or remove a post if requested. 

Disclaimer: The photograph used in this post is not connected to this accident in any way. This post is not intended to be a solicitation for business, and the information provided herein is not intended to be legal or medical advice. If you or someone you love is injured in an Idaho accident, first, seek medical treatment immediately and then speak with a lawyer about your rights.

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