Driver gets probation in death of cyclist
"An 87-year-old man was sentenced Friday to five years probation for an April 2012 wreck that took the life of a bicyclist in Southwest Austin. He initially faced a higher felony charge of criminally negligent homicide with a deadly weapon after a grand jury indicted him last year, according to court documents. The indictment says Widener was traveling “at an unsafe speed” and on the shoulder “when he knew his vision was poor, and by failing to keep a proper lookout.”"
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Man gets probation in death of bicyclist