63-year-old Rider Hospitalized after Bicycle Accident at Pacific HighwaySAN DIEGO, CA (February 17, 2023) – On Saturday, a 63-year-old man sustained injuries after a bicycle crash on Pacific Highway. The incident took place along 4900 Pacific Highway at around 7:45 p.m. on January 21st. Authorities responded after receiving reports that a white 2008 Toyota Corolla rear-ended a bicyclist for unknown reasons. Paramedics then transferred the bicyclist to a nearby hospital with multiple serious injuries. Police stated that the rider did not have any lights or reflectors on his bike before to the crash. At this time, officers have no information about the victim’s name and current condition. Furthermore, both directions of the roadway were temporarily shut down to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties. San Diego police department asks any witnesses to reach Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477. An active investigation into the bicycle crash at Pacific Highway is still ongoing. Injuries sustained in a bicycle accident 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.
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