A renowned Princeton scientist was killed on Saturday morning on the final day of the 33rd annual Anchor House Ride for Runaways, a 500-mile bicycle ride that raises money for the Trenton-based shelter for runaway, abused and neglected children and teens, according to NJ.com.
Doug McCune, 55, of Princeton, died when he collided with a SUV in Clinton Township, Pa.
McCune developed software used to understand the physics of fusion experiments. He was the co-head of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory’s computational plasma physics group.
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