A passenger in a car died in a collision with a bicyclist in the city of B.L.C., and police are investigating the incident.
The driver of a black Mercedes-Benz, who was not identified, was traveling southbound on Highway 1 near N.B. Road on Thursday when he collided with a motorcyclist.
The cyclist, who had not been wearing a helmet, was able to jump out of the car and help pull the Mercedes out of his path.
Police said the driver of the Mercedes, who is a licensed driver in B-L.G., was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead.
The passenger in the Mercedes was not injured.
The incident was the second death in B.-L.A. in two weeks.
On Monday, a 21-year-old man was killed in a crash on Highway 11 near Nellis.
The B.R.A.’s traffic division, which has been dealing with the growing number of crashes, said it was working closely with the city’s police and fire departments.
“It is an ongoing investigation and will take time to complete,” the B.P. said in a statement.
“The investigation is currently underway to determine the facts.”