Tragic Biking Accident

In a tragic incident on Tuesday afternoon, a 58-year-old man lost his life in a solo biking accident in Livermore, California, as confirmed by the local police. The incident occurred just before 3 p.m. when the authorities responded to reports of a cyclist down near the intersection of Encino Drive and Laguna Street. A passerby had initiated CPR on the injured man, but despite efforts, paramedics were unable to save him, and he succumbed to his injuries at the scene. A preliminary investigation into the incident indicates that the Livermore resident was riding his bicycle eastbound on Encino Drive. Surveillance footage from the neighborhood suggests that the man encountered a mechanical issue with his bicycle, leading to him being ejected over the handlebars and subsequently hitting the pavement. Despite wearing a helmet, the impact resulted in a fatal injury. Importantly, no other vehicles were involved in the accident, and speed is not believed to have been a contributing factor, according to LPD spokesperson Azenith Smith. The Alameda County Coroner's Bureau will withhold the man's identity until notifying his next of kin. The tragic incident led to a temporary closure of the area surrounding Encino Drive and Laguna Street for approximately two hours to facilitate investigations and ensure public safety.  
Location: Laguna St & Encino Dr, Livermore, CA 94550, USA
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