Estela Domínguez Death – Estela Dominguez, 18, of Valladolid, died this Thursday afternoon while she was training when she was run over by a truck at the intersection with the A-62 of the N-120 highway, at the exit of the Polgono de Villares (highway de Castellanos), as sources from the 112 emergency service to ‘Salamancahoy’ confirmed. The accident occurred at the intersection with the A-62 of the N-120 highway, at the exit of The murdered cyclist was the daughter of Juan Carlos Dominguez, a former cycling professional who won a stage in the Giro d’Italia throughout the 1990s and the first decade of this century.
Juan Carlos Dominguez ran for the Iscari track and field team. After competing in the Spanish Cyclocross Championship in Vic back in January and making it into the top ten, finishing in seventh place, Estela Dominguez was invited by the Spanish Cycling Federation (RFEC) to take part in the Cyclocross World Cup, which took place in Benidorm on the 22nd of the previous month.
Estela, who made his debut in the Elite/Sub23 category last year with the team Sopela Team UCI World Tour from Biscay and who combined sport with his university studies at the University of Salamanca, explained that “it is a dream for all cyclists who practice this modality, since it is an international event, in which the best riders in the world will participate.” Estela made his debut in the Elite/Sub23 category with the team Sopela Team UCI World Tour from Biscay.
Because Estela was a student at the Charra University, she practiced in the areas surrounding the capital city of Salamanca. It was during this time that she was involved in a tragic accident that took her life. According to information obtained by the 1-1-2 Emergency Service of Castilla y León, the incident took place at approximately 6:32 p.m. This incident is reported by the 1-1-2 operations room to the Traffic subsector of the Salamanca Civil Guard and to the Emergency Coordination Center for Health Emergencies – Sacyl. As a result, an Emergency Medical Unit is activated to respond to the situation.