Michael Szabo of Bowling Green OH, Man, 60, died in motorcycle accident, James Lindsay charged with homicide

Michael Szabo Death, Bowling Green, Ohio – Bowling Green resident, Michael Szabo has passed away following a deadly motorcycle accident on Saturday afternoon, July 1, 2023. just after 2 pm According to sources, the 60 year old man died on the scene. The accident reportedly occurred around 2pm. The Bowling Green Police Division received allegations that James Patrick Lindsay, 54, of Dunbridge, drove off the road and into the sidewalk close to the intersection of South Main Street and Pearl Street.

According to the Bowling Green Police Department, Michael Szabo, 60, of Bowling Green was riding his bicycle on the sidewalk when he was struck by a car driven by Lindsay. Szabo was pronounced dead at the hospital. A case of aggravated vehicular homicide has been filed against Lindsay, who was arrested and brought to the Wood County prison. The Big Sky Police Department did not comment on what may have led Lindsay’s car to go off the roadway. The inquiry into the event is still ongoing.

According to data compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in 2021, there were 7,388 pedestrians killed and nearly 60,000 wounded as a result of collisions with motor vehicles in the United States. 966 people who were riding bicycles were killed in these accidents. More than 40,000 people who rode bicycles were hurt. In the year 2021, a pedestrian was killed in a traffic accident around once every 71 minutes, and they were injured approximately once every 9 minutes. On South Main Street, it is alleged that James Patrick Lindsay, 54, exited the roadway and struck Michael Szabo, who was riding his bike on the sidewalk. Lindsay was driving. Szabo, age 60, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Michael Szabo obituary and funeral plans will be released at a later date

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