The son of a cyclist who died wants better regulations for trucks in Montreal

News 20 July, 2017
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    Thursday, 20 July, 2017 13:08

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    The eldest son of the cyclist, 41-year-old caught and fatally wounded last week in the borough of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie would like to see the rules and regulations of the City of Montréal concerning the heavy goods vehicles are reviewed in order to better protect cyclists.

    “Is that a helmet would have changed things in this kind of situation there? It would have just lengthened the pain,” said Badr Jaidi to VAT New.

    Badr sure that his mother always wore a helmet when she’s hitching a ride on a bike. He did not know why this morning it is part of the house without putting it on.

    Meryem Ânoun, a single mother of three children, died after being caught by a truck at the corner of the rue Bélanger and the 6th avenue last Friday.

    Bike ghost

    A bike ghost will be tabled at the corner of the rue Bélanger and the 6th avenue during a ceremony Friday morning.

    The elected municipal, provincial and federal, have been invited. The head of the advisory committee on cycling in the City of Montreal, Marc-André Gadoury, has already confirmed his presence.