Cyclist becomes 4th Denver-area bus-crash fatality
LAFAYETTE, Colo. – A cyclist hit by a bus in Lafayette has died, making him the fourth fatality in five days involving a Regional Transportation District bus.
Authorities in the city north of Denver say 42-year-old Marvin “Chip” Webb of Lafayette died Wednesday. Police say a bus collided with the cyclist as it pulled onto a road Tuesday night.
A man who died after being struck by an RTD bus Monday in Aurora has been identified as 78-year-old Clinton Grider. Police say witnesses told them the Aurora man was run over by the bus, but they don’t know how the accident happened.
In Denver, police say an RTD bus that ran a red light crashed into two vehicles Saturday, killing two people and injuring a dozen.