Police Identify Boston University Student Killed in Allston, MA Bicycle Accident.

The Boston Police Department has released the name of the Boston University student who was killed in a tragic bicycle accident in Allston, MA on Monday, November 12. 

Police say the bicycle accident wrongful death victim was Chung-Wei “Victor” Yang, 21, originally of Taiwan.

Boston police are still investigating the fatal bicycle accident, but believe that Yang was killed when he was struck by a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority bus at the corner of Brighton Ave. and Harvard Ave.

Police responded to the MBTA accident at 6:36 PM and found Yang seriously injured at the scene.  Emergency responders rushed Yang to the Beth Israel Hospital immediately after the bike crash, where he was pronounced dead as a result of his personal injuries.

At the time of the bicycle accident, Yang had been at BU for two semesters and was studying international relations.

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