OPP Looking To Identity Injured Cyclist

Tuesday September 1st, 2020

Posted at 5:42pm

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The Ontario Provincial Police is looking for the public’s assistance to help identify an injured cyclist involved in a collision around 11:15am Tuesday.

Police say that two cyclists collided on a bicycle path in the 500 block of Ross Beach Road in Lakeshore.

One of the cyclists received minor injuries, but the other was transported to an area hospital by Essex-Windsor Emergency Medical Services (EMS) with life-threatening injuries and has yet to be identified.

The cyclist is described as a white male, 65-75 years old and between 5’6″ and 5’8″ tall and approximately 130 pounds. He has short grey hair, blue eyes and a tattoo on the right forearm.

He was riding a dark grey GIANT DEFY bicycle with grey GIRO helmet, blue and white GARNEAU cycling jersey and black SUGOI cycling shorts with black clip-on cycling shoes.

If anyone is aware of the above-described cyclist’s identity, you are asked to contact the OPP Provincial Communication Centre at 1-888-310-1122.

 

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