A regular voice on the area bicycle polo scene has lost her brother to a car-cycling collision.
Christina Mills, longtime a supporter of K-dub Bike Polo, posted in Facebook a photo of her brother's ghost bike, with the link to the Kingston Whig-Standard story about his death early in May. The newspaper article didn't name 59-year-old Michael Mills, whose obit is here.
At present, doesn't look like the investigation into the case is going very far. The police have appealed for witnesses. Happened at 9 a.m. (aka broad daylight).
Bit typical that the news story focused on the lack of a helmet -- which is not a legal requirement, nor in this case is it clear that head injuries were the cause of the death.