Driver ticketed for failing to yield in crash that killed Boulder cyclist Jim Fogelberg

FORT COLLINS Colo. - The driver of a pickup truck that struck and killed a Boulder cyclist in Fort Collins has been issued a municipal citation.

Fort Collins police say 50-year-old Bradley Hansen was ticketed on a charge of failing to yield the right-of-way to oncoming traffic when making a left turn.

According to the Boulder Daily Camera, Hansen was driving a pickup truck on Oct. 8 when he hit Jim Fogelberg while he was riding east Harmony Road.

Fogelberg, 64, was a Fairview High and University of Colorado graduate and worked at Advanced Energy in Fort Collins, according to the Camera. His family said the Boulder man was riding after a workout at the gym.

According to Fort Collins police, Fogelberg was riding east in the bicycle lane when a 2004 Nissan Titan being driven by Hansen, of Fort Collins -- made a left turn in front of him on Hinsdale Drive, causing Fogelberg to collide with the front of the truck.

Fogelberg was transported to Medical Center of the Rockies but died at the hospital.