Man Injured in Bicycle Collision near Via Vera Cruz
SAN MARCOS, CA (September 23, 2022) – Tuesday morning, an elderly man was injured in a bicycle crash on San Marcos Boulevard.
The collision happened around 9:15 a.m., at the San Marcos Boulevard and Via Vera Cruz intersection.
According to reports, a 23-year-old motorist was driving along the road when he struck a 70-year-old bicyclist. The impact of the collision left the bicyclist with serious injuries.
Paramedics then transported the 70-year-old bicyclist to Palomar Medical Center for further treatment. The driver of the involved vehicle was unharmed.
At this time, police do not believe that drugs or alcohol were a potential factor in the crash. Those with further information regarding the bicycle accident on San Marcos Boulevard are encouraged to contact the authorities at 760-510-5259.
Road accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. When using motorized bicycles or scooters, it is important to wear the proper protective gear to ensure your safety. If you’re behind the wheel, stay alert and keep an eye out for possible hazards. Dangerous road accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. Drive defensively to ensure the safety of surrounding vehicles, drivers, and pedestrians.
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