Haliburton man dies in early morning cycling accident

Adam Clark killed while cycling near Kingston at 1 am

From – OPP and CTV-TV Ottawa

A 24-year-old cyclist from Haliburton was killed early Tuesday morning on Highway 15, north of Kingston.

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Haliburton resident dies while cycling. File Photo/ OPP

Adam Clark, 24, was killed around 1:20 a.m.after he was hit from behind by a northbound vehicle.

That driver and others stopped to try and help Clark, who was laying in a ditch about 20 meters from his mountain bike.

The accident happened near Stephentown Lane about three kilometres north of Highway 401.

Highway 15 was closed until around 7 a.m.while police investigated.

Police Cst. Jim Morris is asking that anyone who saw the cyclist before the crash please call 613-372-1932.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]