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Driver Charged in Bicyclist’s Death in Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A Minneapolis man is accused of driving drunk when he struck and killed a bicyclist on Franklin Avenue in south Minneapolis on Monday.

Forty-nine-year-old John Iverson was jailed Friday on a charge of criminal vehicular homicide.

Authorities say Iverson had a blood-alcohol level of 0.27 percent, which is more than three times Minnesota’s legal limit of 0.08 percent for driving.

Reports say Iverson is accused of running down Marcus Nalls, a 26-year-old chef and bicycle commuter. Nalls had lights on the front and back of his bike and was also wearing a helmet.

Iverson is expected to appear in court Monday. Prosecutors plan to seek bail of $150,000.

Bicyclists and friend of Nalls plan to hold a memorial ride Saturday afternoon.

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