Cyclist Cameron Frewer moved to the Sunshine Coast in Apr-2017. He noted vehicles that passed too closely, posted film on his facebook page Drive Safe, Pass Wide, and reported to police. On 5-Nov-2018 Cameron was killed while cycling.
Cycling safety advocate who predicted his own death on Sunshine Coast roads dies on morning ride
By Kathy Sundstrom and Robert Blackmore
Published by ABC News on 6-Nov-2018
Apparently he rode with both front and rear facing cameras.
The motorist was interviewed and released - no charges laid.
It is always sad to hear that a cyclist has died unnecessarily.
Media articles suggest that Cameron agitated for safe cycling conditions, produced videos of drivers breaching road rules, but police rarely took action.
One article stated the vehicle was a ute, as though police do have info.
Ross, I did not read that the police interviewed the driver, but possibly in another article.
Mate’s stab at drivers after cyclist’s death
Posted by Noosa News on 7-Nov-2018
... Queensland Police is asking for witnesses of Monday's incident. However, no one has been arrested or had enforcement action taken against them.
Heartbreaking News: Cycling safety advocate Cameron Frewer killed In Queensland
Posted by Bicycling Australia on 5-Nov-2018
More on this sad news.
Cycling activist’s tragic death sparks nasty online debate over safety
Published by NT News on 9-Nov-2018
Full text of Cameron Frewer’s letter from beyond the grave
Published by the Courier Mail on 9-Nov-2018
Drive Safe, Pass Wide
Created by Cameron Frewer