Why is it so hard to charge motorists with murdering cyclists?

Negligent drivers kill an average of two to three cyclists a day in the US, but they are are rarely charged with homicide

Jennifer Lloyd was riding next to a friend when the Ford 500 sedan raced past. The two were pedaling through an area of California’s Riverside county known as Indio Hills, on an undulating stretch of Dillon Road, a little more than 20 miles into the Tour de Palm Springs, an annual 100-mile century ride that attracts thousands of cyclists. It was about 9.25am on Saturday 10 February.

It was a horrible sound. Two months later, I’m still hearing that sound over and over again

We have an unbelievable public-health crisis with so many cyclists getting hit and killed

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