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Thursday December 13th, 2012

Posted at 7:39am

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Wednesday evening police were called to the intersection of Rivard and Tecumseh Road after a cyclist had been struck.

Police say that a 30-year-old female driver a 2006 Jeep Liberty was making a turn into a parking lot and when doing so her Jeep was struck on the side door by a cyclist who was riding along on the sidewalk.

The 50-year-old male cyclist sustained some bruises and abrasions which were minor in nature and did not attend hospital.

Police say that the cyclist was at fault in the collision and was charged with riding in a cross walk.

As well, the female driver was a suspended driver and she was charged with driving while under suspension.

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