'Ghost bike' installed in memory of cyclist

January 9, 2010 7:49:32 PM PST
A 'ghost bike' was installed Saturday night as a memorial to Jepson Livingston, a Chicago bicyclist who was killed December 15. The bike was pulled in a procession that included relatives and friends of the 32-year-old victim.

Police say Livingston was struck after two drivers got into a road rage fight. One suspect is in custody and charged with first-degree murder.

The ghost bike was installed at Diversey and Avers, where mourners waited with candles Saturday. It will be a memorial to Livingston and a reminder to drivers to be careful around bike riders.