Bicyclist killed in New Haven crash

Photo Supplied / Allen County Coroner's Office

NEW HAVEN, Ind. (WOWO): A bicyclist has died from his injuries suffered in a crash late last week.

Thomas Stayanoff, 57 of New Haven, died Wednesday at approximately 11:10 a.m.

Stayanoff was riding his bike when he was struck by a vehicle last Friday afternoon near the intersection of Moeller and Werling Roads. He was found at the scene and taken to a nearby hospital with critical injuries.

The Allen County Coroner’s Office ruled his cause of death was due to multiple blunt force injuries due to a motor vehicle crash, and the manner of death was ruled an accident.

This is the 28th motor vehicle fatality in Allen County in 2021.

The crash is still under investigation.

1 COMMENT

  1. Such a sad event. Yet another careless accident that could have been avoided if people would pay attention!
    Maybe, the bicyclists around here need to take take some offensive bicycle classes? …

    I think they take them in New York City, because my cab driver had picked me up from JFK, and was just about to drop me off in downtown Manhattan… when my driver got “too close” to the bicyclist.
    With one blow, my driver was no longer in his seat! His face was up against the Passenger door, as his torso was laying limp on the Passenger seat!

    Maybe a few instances of this kinda behaviour, and we might observe some distance between vehicles and bicycles!
    I’m not condoning violence, here…
    But, i think people from Indiana and Ohio could use some roadway refresher lessons…

    I bet 1 out of 10 vehicles, in this town, bother to indicate properly when changing lanes or turning.
    But, as soon as they get in a TURN ONLY lane… on comes their turn indicator light??

    …honestly i’d rather smack their head… how many accidents happen in this town, due to failing to properly indicate?

    Bicyclist Offense Classes… it’s the answer.

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