The Aurora Police Department is asking the public for help in finding two drivers involved in a double hit-and-run collision that killed a cyclist in Aurora Wednesday morning, September 4.

According to a press release from the Aurora Police Department, authorities received several calls at about 2:59 a.m., regarding what appeared to be a deceased male in the roadway of 1800 South Buckley Road.

Aurora Police Traffic Investigators believe the bicyclist was struck by two different vehicles who fled the scene of the accident, according to the Aurora Police Department.

The first vehicle recovered was a Silver Suzuki SUV. Authorities are still trying to determine who was driving the vehicle at the time of the incident. The second vehicle believed to be involved in this double hit-and-run collision is a 2-door Honda Civic Coupe between the years of 2001-2003 with a missing left front plastic fender that goes around the inside of the wheel.

This marks the 19th traffic-related fatality in Aurora for 2019, according to the Aurora Police Department.

Here’s a map that shows where South Buckley Road is located in Aurora. Please note, the dropped pin is not specific to where the accident occurred.

Editor’s Note: Here’s a quick piece regarding why we’ve decided to include accident and death coverage in our collection of content. 

The male victim’s identity will be withheld until next-of-kin has been notified. Anyone who has any information regarding this double hit-and-run incident has been asked to contact the Aurora Police Traffic Section at 303-739-6293.

If riding at night, choose your routes carefully. Always wear reflective clothing and a helmet. Reflectors should also be used on both the front and rear sides of your bicycle. Never assume motorists can see you. Slower speeds are advised, especially at night or when low-light conditions are present.

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