Greensboro Cyclist Killed In Hit-And-Run Near NC 150
In the days following the North Carolina hit-and-run, an anonymous tip led the police to the suspected vehicle in the hit-and-run case - a silver 1998 Dodge Durango driven by a woman. North Carolina Highway Patrol officers reported that the SUV had damage similar of what they were expecting to find in such a case - with the car showing heavy damage on the left side of the hood and windshield where the biker was struck.
NC police say that the vehicle must have been driving left of center at the time of the accident, though they were not sure if speed was a factor in the deadly cyclist accident. The vehicle was towed Rockingham County Sheriff's Office, where it will be examined for further evidence.
The cycling community is mourning the death of one of their members, and recalls that Sherman was a responsible, cautious biker.
"David was a cautious cyclist. He obeyed the rules of the road just like we do when we are in our cars," said friend Dolly Jennings.