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Folsom Intersection Collision Causes Cyclist’s Death

An intersection collision in Folsom resulted in the death of a bicyclist on June 3. It happened at the crossroads of Iron Point Road and Willard Drive at roughly 6:24 in the morning. A representative of the Folsom Police Department said that the bicyclist died at the scene where he was pronounced dead. The bicyclist was identified only as a male at this time, pending further investigation and family notification. The driver who struck the bicyclist stayed at the scene and is cooperating with police. The intersection was closed to traffic for several hours on Monday morning as police conducted an investigation into the intersection collision. It was reopened at 12 p.m.

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Inmates Fix Bikes for Kids and Vets

I’m Ed Smith, a Folsom Bicycle Accident Lawyer. Bicycle owners enjoy not only recreation and relaxation with their rides, but also cheap and reliable transportation. For some of the Folsom and Sacramento community’s most vulnerable residents like underprivileged children, a new bike is just too much to hope for. Thanks to the work of inmates at the Folsom Prison’s bicycle repair shop, this Christmas will be a little more magical with donations of refurbished bicycles going out to youths and veterans in need.

Folsom Hike and Bike Trail

Folsom Hike and Bike Trail

I’m Ed Smith, a Folsom Personal Injury Lawyer. A new hike and bike trail will soon be unveiled along Folsom Road. It is sure to be a delight for pedestrian and bicyclists from all over the Sacramento area. The City of Folsom  may now boast that it has two hike and bike trails. This trail is lovely. It is considered a safe passage way with no motor vehicle traffic. Hikers, runners, walkers and bicycle enthusiasts can take to the trail and feel secure. There is a pretty little creek to enjoy for those who love working out in a natural environment. There are many variations of the terrain for you to experience. I think this trail will become popular in no time at all. The Folsom Hike and Bike Trail extends from Major Drive to Dowlen Road. It follows a path on the south side of Folsom Road. It should open in late January.