The family of a Texas couple killed in a bicycle accident has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver of the motor vehicle involved in the fatal collision.
The Texas wrongful death lawsuit is being brought by the fathers of the two victims, Gary Bruehler and Forrest Telleson, on behalf of the couple’s daughter, 7-year-old Kylie.
Named as a defendant is 40-year-old Gilbert John Sullaway Jr. Sullaway was driving a Ford pickup truck when he struck the victims, who were riding along the highway on a tandem bicycle. Sullaway overcorrected, veering off of Texas 16 and striking Gregory and Alexandra Bruehler.
A second defendant is named in the Texas wrongful death lawsuits – Advanced Detection Security Services Inc. Sullaway is listed as vice president of this security company and was on duty at the time that he was involved in the accident.
No criminal charges have been filed against Sullaway, and he was not cited with any traffic violations. Sullaway was driving five miles over the speed limit at the time of the accident, and there is no evidence that he was intoxicated.
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