County Administrator Sues County After Bicycle Accident.

The second most powerful person in the Pima County administration in Arizona has filed a claim against the county seeking $6 million in damages after a bicycling accident this past June.

The chief deputy county administrator, Martin Willett, was wearing a helmet and other safety gear when the front wheel of his bicycle got stuck in a county drainage gap on the Dodge Boulevard Bridge. He shattered a number of bones in his back that required nine surgeries over the preceding six months.

Shortly after the accident, the county closed the bridge to cyclists and began work to make the roadway safer for those traveling on two wheels. Willett is seeking $5 million for his injuries as well as $1 million for the suffering of his wife.

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