Source: The Lake Worth man who was killed Sunday afternoon after being hit by a car while on his bicycle has been identified. Aurelio Hilario Ramon, 39, was riding his bike when he attempted to go from the sidewalk to the median on Sixth Avenue South and E Street at 3:11 p.m., according to a report for the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. As he did, he crossed in front of a 1994 Chevy van driven by Sharonda Fuller of Lake Worth. Fuller, 23, was driving westbound and hit Ramon. Ramon hit the van’s hood and windshield before falling to the ground. He died at the scene. Fuller attempted to avoid the crash and has been deemed not negligent in the accident, according to the report. Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputies originally described the crash as a hit-and-run incident. However, nothing of that nature is mentioned in the report. After the crash, about 100 people — many of them speaking in Spanish — milled about the accident site, looking at the white mountain-style Mongoose bicycle that lay in the street about 10 feet from Ramon’s body as crime scene investigators collected evidence.
Crash time: between 3 p.m. and 5:59 p.m.
Closest Intersection: E St
Land use: Urban
Road type: Urban Arterial
Where on the road the collision happened: Road
Collision type: Cyclist side/Car front end hit
Vehicle type: Light Trucks (SUVs, pickups)
If truck: Unknown
At crash time driver was: Don't Know
SourcesSource: News Report
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