Cyclist struck and killed on Suck Creek Road - WRCBtv.com | Chattanooga News, Weather & Sports

Cyclist struck and killed on Suck Creek Road

Posted: Updated:

A crash Friday morning on Suck Creek Road has left a cyclist dead.

Upon arrival, deputies found 19-year old Cameron Reese who had been hit just before 10 AM while riding his bike. 

He was then transported to a local hospital where he later died as a result of his injuries.

The name of the driver hasn't been released. 

Investigators are asking for anyone that was in this area at the time or anyone with information to come forward. 

You can also call the Hamilton county sheriff's office if you do have any information.

Stay with Channel 3 and WRCBtv.com for updates on this developing story.

WEEKLY CIRCULARS
  • NewsMore>>

  • 10 Things to Know for Today

    10 Things to Know for Today

    Wednesday, August 23 2017 7:46 AM EDT2017-08-23 11:46:53 GMT
    Among 10 Things to Know: Trump revisits Charlottesville comments in angry speech in Phoenix; US Navy dismisses 7th Fleet commander after warship accidents; ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee taken off University of...More
    Among 10 Things to Know: Trump revisits Charlottesville comments in angry speech in Phoenix; US Navy dismisses 7th Fleet commander after warship accidents; ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee taken off University of Virginia football game because of his name.More
  • Cabela's holding job fair in Fort Oglethorpe Sunday

    Cabela's holding job fair in Fort Oglethorpe Sunday

    Wednesday, August 23 2017 7:34 AM EDT2017-08-23 11:34:33 GMT

    The job fair will be this Sunday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the store's deli.

    More

    The job fair will be this Sunday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the store's deli.

    More
  • CDC warns of salmonella outbreak

    CDC warns of salmonella outbreak

    Wednesday, August 23 2017 7:33 AM EDT2017-08-23 11:33:32 GMT

    Federal health officials are warning about a spike in cases of salmonella making people sick; and they say what's to blame is a growing trend in backyards all across the country. 

    More

    Federal health officials are warning about a spike in cases of salmonella making people sick; and they say what's to blame is a growing trend in backyards all across the country. 

    More
Powered by Frankly