CHICAGO (CBS) — The family of a 25-year-old Chicago woman is suing a truck driver and his employer — one month now after the woman became the nation’s first fatality related to bike-sharing.
It was July 1 when 25-year-old Virginia Murray died.READ MORE: 1 Killed, 4 Injured In Evanston Shooting
She was riding a Divvy bike and hit by a flat-bed truck at Sacramento and Belmont.
“This is a parent’s worst nightmare come true,” Jeffrey Kroll, the attorney representing Virginia Murray’s parents, said Monday.READ MORE: At Least 40 People Wounded, 3 Killed In Thanksgiving Weekend Shootings In Chicago
The family is suing the truck driver and the flooring supply company he works for.