WRIGHT TWP., Mich. (WZZM) -- A beloved Grandville music teacher was hit and killed by a car while riding his bicycle in Ottawa County over the weekend.
WZZM 13 is taking a closer look at whether there were enough signs for cars and bikers at the intersection of 24th Avenue and Musketawa Trail near Marne, where the accident happened.
There are stop signs for bicyclists on each side of the road, but investigators say often times they're overlooked.
"I always stop, I slow all the way down, I don't run through them," says bicyclist Bob Dykstra.
Dykstra sees fellow bikers blowing the stop signs all the time. "They'll fly right through, they'll look both ways and go, but if the sun's in your eyes or you miss it, the car could be right on top of you."
Sunday afternoon, investigators say 55-year-old Jeffrey Looman slowed down on his bike, but never stopped as a car was approaching.