Gregory Whitedress Obituary, Death – The Omaha Police Department was able to identify a person who was riding a bicycle when they were involved in a collision with a vehicle driven by the United States Postal Service on Friday. The collision occurred when the USPS vehicle collided with the cyclist. The victim ultimately succumbed to their injuries and passed away as a direct result of the incident. In the vicinity of 6:45 o’clock in the evening, there was a collision that involved a cyclist and led to personal injuries as a result of the impact. The event took place in the area that is bounded to the south by California and to the north by Saddlecreek.
The rider required medical attention because of the injuries they sustained as a result of the accident. A United States Postal Service 2020 Peterbilt semi-straight truck was leaving a branch at 608 North Saddlecreek when it collided with a bicycle that was riding nearby, as stated by the reports that were given to the police by those who responded to the scene. According to the findings of the investigation, the victim of the collision was determined to be Gregory T. Whitedress, who was 46 years old at the time. An investigation led to the identification of Arnett Barnes, who is 57 years old, as the person who was driving the vehicle at the time of the incident.
According to the reports, citizens in the area and the driver performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on the victim until the emergency medical technicians from the Omaha Fire Department arrived to take over treatment of the patient. Whitedress was taken to the hospital, where the medical staff did everything in their power to save her life. However, despite their best efforts, she passed away shortly after arriving at the institution, despite the fact that she had only been there for a short time. Despite the fact that she had only been there for a short time, the medical staff did everything in their power to save her life.