Cyclist Injured After Hitting Car on Cumberland Street

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Thunder Bay PoliceTHUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police Service report that a fifty-six-year old male cyclist suffered minor injuries and was taken to Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Center by ambulance after running a red light at the intersection of Cumberland St and Camelot St at about noon today.

The cyclist struck a Ford Mustang driven by a fifty-nine year old male driver in the intersection.

Speed was not a factor in the collision, which likely is the reason that injuries were not more significant.

It is key for cyclists to follow the rules of the road. Signalling turns is especially important.

Police advise that charges are pending.

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