Your idea of fairness is to mention the drunkeness of one of the drivers, but not the other one ?
Why should "fairness" even enter into what I said? That Mr. Lancaster was killed by a drunk driver is all the factual information I have.
My idea of "fairness" is not to mention something I do not know to be fact about the cyclist. I have no reliable factual information about the state of his sobriety, nor do I think it's particularly relevant regarding the manner of his death.
Do you have access to Mr. Lancaster's medical records from that night? How do you know whether he was drunk? And what difference would it make? Would it change the fact that he was hit by a car, and the driver of the car was charged with DUI manslaughter and leaving the scene, and Mr. Lancaster died as the result of his injuries?