This afternoon just down the street from a lady lost her life on the road. The gravel dump/sand pit is just down the road, trucks come and go, from one direction it is a sharp right turn. Some times the drivers have to hold there a moment so the trucks coming up hill can clear the road. The shorter dump trucks seem to make it just fine. But the longer 40' trailers have to swing wide in to the center lane to make that turn. No idea who is at fault, but a lady on her motor scooter was riding just outside the bike lane and was clipped by the trailer and died under the back wheels of the turning trailer. Remember just because you see a trailer that looks like it is turning left, or changing lanes, does not mean it is safe to pass on the inside right side. The drivers have a hard time seeing objects smaller than them and might just be planning a right hand turn. Rest in Peace to the neighbor on her scooter.