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Cyclist ghost ride memorial draws hundreds

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A white 'ghost bike' was secured to a sign at the end of a memorial ride Monday, November 14, for pregnant cyclist Jenna Morrison, who was recently killed after being struck by a truck at Sterling and Dundas in Toronto. The ride culminated at the west-end intersection where candles and flowers have been placed, a stencil drawn and where activists painted bike lane symbols in the place of the 38-year-old mother's death.

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A woman sits on the ground at the end of a memorial ride on Monday, November 14, for pregnant cyclist Jenna Morrison, who was recently killed after being struck by a truck at Sterling and Dundas in Toronto.

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A cyclists walks by a bike lane symbol painted by activists at a memorial on Monday, November 14, for pregnant cyclist Jenna Morrison, who was recently killed after being struck by a truck at Sterling and Dundas in Toronto.

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Mother Darlene Burke receives an embrace from Christian Schuck, Jenna's brother-in-law, during a memorial for Jenna Morrison, who was recently killed after being struck by a truck while riding her bike at Sterling and Dundas in Toronto.

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People embrace at the end of a memorial ride on Monday, November 14, for pregnant cyclist Jenna Morrison, who was recently killed after being struck by a truck at Sterling and Dundas in Toronto.

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Felicia sits behind a banner at a memorial on Monday, November 14, for pregnant cyclist Jenna Morrison, who was recently killed after being struck by a truck at Sterling and Dundas in Toronto.

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Annie Morrison ties a ribbon at a memorial on Monday, November 14, for pregnant cyclist Jenna Morrison, who was recently killed after being struck by a truck at Sterling and Dundas in Toronto.

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