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.

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She was riding a Divvy bike and hit by a flat-bed truck at Sacramento and Belmont.

(Photos provided to CBS)

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“This is a parent’s worst nightmare come true,” Jeffrey Kroll, the attorney representing Virginia Murray’s parents, said Monday.

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The family is suing the truck driver and the flooring supply company he works for.

Kroll explained: “Ginny was in the right-hand lane, as was the truck. They were both sharing a lane. Ginny had the right-of-way, being on a bike. Ginny had the right-of-way before this truck made its turn.  The truck made its turn, and unfortunately, there was a collision.”

Virginia Murray was wearing a helmet. It’s unclear if she was trying to turn right or go straight at the light.

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The city of Chicago and the owner of Divvy Bikes are named in the suit as respondents in discovery, but they’re not being sued at this point.