Female,64, dies in bicycle crash on Monolith
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)– The Mesa County Coroner has actually identified the female killed Saturday in a bike crash on the Colorado National Monolith, as 64-year-old Judith Davidson, of Albuquerque. She was taking part in the Trip of the Moon bike event. Around midday, park rangers stated Davidson went off the roadway and struck a rock wall on Rim Rock D.
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