BIA investigates death of bicyclist on New Mexico reservation
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is investigating an accident that led to the death of a young man who was cycling across the country to raise money for breast cancer.

John Anczarski was struck by a vehicle at Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico on Monday and died in a hospital in Albuquerque on Tuesday. He was 19.

"It's so hard to see something happen like this to one of your best friends. It's just unreal," friend Travis Brown, 20, who was also participating in The Pink Pedal, told KOAT-TV. The group left Pennsylvania on May 23 and was en route to southern California.

KOAT said the BIA knows the identity of the driver of the car that allegedly struck Anczarski.

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Cyclist Raising Money For Cancer Dies (KOAT-TV 6/24)
'It's our cause now' (The Pottsville Republican Herald 6/25)