“Cyclist Fatality near Limerick Highlights Need for Road Safety and Regulations”

In July 1900, tragedy struck near Limerick when Michael Daly, a cyclist, collided with a jaunting car and lost his life. The unfortunate accident highlights the potential dangers cyclists face when sharing the road with other types of vehicles, especially during a time when traffic regulations are undeveloped. As cycling becomes more popular the dangers it presents to riders become increasingly apparent, leading to a greater emphasis on road safety and the need for better infrastructure and regulations to protect cyclists and other road users alike.

Nottingham Evening Post – Monday 09 July 1900

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