The tragic father of the Australian cyclist, who was killed by a confiscated roped-up driver near Central Park, unveiled the most heartrending last conversation with his daughter.
"Our girl was on the journey of a lifetime, and she had only talked to me I think the day before … and said," Dad, can you believe your little girl is in New York City? "" Tearly -Eyed father Andrew Lyden told Tasmania's Southern Cross News. Words can not describe how heartbreaking this is. "
Madison Jane Lyden, 23, cycled through Central Park West at 4:40 pm near the West 67th Street. Friday, when a Uber strayed into the bike lane and forced her out of the way, according to authorities.
Lyden went to the neighboring lane where she was run over by a private ambulance.
She died at Roosevelt Hospital
The driver of the truck, Felipe Chairez, was charged with a slew of charges, including DWI, after three empty police Beer cans found in his truck he admitted to drinking two, prosecution charges
The lawyer of the 44-year-old king of Long Island claimed on a Saturday charge that alcohol did not matter in the crash – because Chairez was a chicken salad -Sandwich grazed (19659002) Chairez was released without bail.
Lyden, a young college graduate who went into psychology with her heart, saw the world with a close friend when her life was cut short, her mourning mother told Southern Cross News.
"She has applied for Master this year, and she is watching with her best Friend traveled the world and experienced the adventure of a lifetime, "Amanda Berry told the outlet]" Madison was a beautiful, beautiful daughter, she was faithful and loving, "her dad added. "I always called her our star, and she was a star."
Lyden also left a twin sister who lacked words to describe the depth of her heartbreak.
"Not me, I really know where to start what Madison means to me and our family," said Paige Lyden of the outlet.