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Man Injured in Bicycle Accident on University Avenue [La Mesa, CA]

Man Injured in Bicycle Accident on University Avenue [La Mesa, CA]

74-Year-Old Man Kept Driving after Bicycle Accident on University Avenue

 
LA MESA, CA (October 23, 2019) – A 21-year-old man suffered injuries in a bicycle accident on University Avenue, Wednesday afternoon.
 
According to the La Mesa Police Department, the incident happened at about 4:20 PM. A westbound 1994 GMC pickup turned right onto Harbinson Avenue. There, the vehicle struck the bicyclist in the designated bike lane.
 
Emergency responders rushed the bicyclist to a hospital with a broken ankle. Meanwhile, the pickup truck did not stop to render aid and continued to head north.
 
A witness provided police with a vehicle description and the truck’s license plate number. The information helped officers locate the pickup and the driver on Vassar Avenue, about a half-mile from the crash scene.
 
When contacted by the police, the driver of the pickup was shocked to learn that he had hit a bicyclist. As per his statement, he thought that he had hit a curb and continued driving.
 
Anyone with additional information is asked to call La Mesa police at (619) 667-1400 as soon as possible.
 
It is important to always be alert when behind the wheel of a car, truck, or bus. Stay within the speed limit, and follow the rules of the road to prevent any dangerous accidents. Always keep an eye out for pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists.


If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in a bicycle crash, reach out to the personal injury lawyers at Sweet Lawyers. With over 40 years in the field, we know what it takes to protect your legal rights. Call our offices today at (800) 674-7852 for a free consultation at a location nearest you. For your convenience, you can also reach us through email, online chat, and text message 24 hours a day/7 days a week.