LUMBERTON — A 33-year-old Lumberton woman was killed on Tuesday when she was one of two bicyclists struck by a vehicle on Godwin Avenue, according to Lumberton police.
Kristy Tyner, of Lumberton, died at about 6 p.m. when she was riding her bicycle on Godwin Avenue near 22nd Street and was struck by the vehicle, according to police Capt. Jerome Morton. The second bicyclist, Jamie Cox, 32, of Lumberton, was not seriously injured, according to Morton.
Barbara Caulder, 60, of Lumberton, the driver of the vehicle, told police she did not see the bicyclists, according to Morton said. No other details were available.
Lumberton police Officer Cedrique Bridges is continuing the investigation.
In an unrelated accident, a 46-year-old Parkton man has died from injuries he suffered in a Nov. 24 wreck when his motorcycle collided with a car, according to the state Highway Patrol.
Louis Paul Dalton, of 1706 W. Parkton Tobemory Road, died at about 9:20 p.m. Monday at UNC Hostpitals in Chapel Hill, according to the Highway Patrol.
Dalton was injured in a wreck at about 7 p.m. on Parkton Tobemory Road about two miles east of Parkton when a 2004 Mercedes passenger car that was exiting a driveway backed into the path of Dalton’s 2009 Yamaha motorcycle, according to a report by Trooper J.K. Locklear.
The driver of the Mercedes, Kathy Lynn Lilly, of 5845 Termastone Lake Road, Hope Mills, and a passenger in the car were treated and released from Southeastern Regional Medical Center.
Charges are pending, according to the patrol.