Bicyclist Injured in Traffic Collision in Central Fresno

FRESNO, CA (June 1, 2022) – On Thursday, one unidentified person suffered injuries from a bicycle collision on Blythe Avenue.

The accident occurred at 7:00 a.m. on May 26th, along Blythe Avenue in Central Fresno, per initial reports.

Furthermore, according to the California Highway Patrol, the bicyclist reportedly ran a red light right before a vehicle struck him.

Moreover, authorities only described the cyclist as a man in his 20s. When paramedics arrived, they took the cyclist to a nearby hospital for treatment of several broken bones.

Meanwhile, the involved driver remained on the scene and cooperated with the authorities.

Authorities did not consider drugs or alcohol to be a factor in the accident. However, an active investigation is currently underway.

Injuries sustained in a bicycle-auto collision can take a toll on a person’s financial, physical, and emotional well-being. That is why it is important to exercise due care and abide by all traffic laws whether you are a driver or a bicyclist. If you’re driving, always look out for bicycle riders at all times. Also, do not engage in any non-driving activity which creates a potential distraction. If you’re a bicyclist, slow down or stay out of the way when you see a vehicle that’s about to turn on your lane.

When involved in a serious bicycle accident, reach out to the experienced lawyers at Sweet James. With their extensive experience in the legal field, they know what it takes to win your case. Their attorneys and professional legal team have dealt with a variety of cases including personal injury and wrongful death. Call them at (800) 975-3435 to arrange your free consultation with an experienced legal professional in your area. To request a police report, click here. They are here to help you and your family during these trying times.

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