Bike Advocates Hope Hit & Run Case Make City More Bike-Friendly
A bicyclist who was run over and left to die was in court today to testify against the driver accused of hitting him and leaving the scene. Dan Yablonsky spent three months in the hospital. As KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports, bike advocates hope his case will bring about change and make Pittsburgh a more bike-friendly city.
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