Bicyclist Injured after Being Struck by Car in Philadelphia

Cyclist Injured in Philadelphia Bicycle Crash at  42nd and Parish Streets

Philadelphia Bicycle Crash

Bicyclist Injured after Being Struck by Car in PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Bicycle Crash

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (July 25, 2017) – A bicyclist sustained injuries after being struck by a car in Philadelphia on Saturday night, according to police.

The accident occurred on July 22, at the corner of 42nd and Parish Streets.

Police mentioned that the driver struck the bicycle operator the slammed into a nearby home.

The bicyclist was taken to a local hospital and was treated for injuries described as non-life threatening.

Limited information regarding why the crash occurred was available at this time.

Authorities are still under investigation to determine cause and liabilities.

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