• March 03, 2017

Cyclist Injured in San Angelo, TX, Accident on Johnson Avenue

San Angelo, TX -- March 2, 2017, a man was injured following an accident where he was struck by a vehicle while riding a bicycle down Johnson Avenue.

The San Angelo Police responded to the accident scene in the morning hours of Thursday at the intersection of Johnson Avenue and Knickerbocker Road.

According to their initial reports, a 55-year-old was on a pedicycle traveling eastbound along Johnson. As he crossed Knickerbocker, a vehicle turned onto Johnson in front of him. He could not stop in time and crashed into the back of the vehicle, falling onto the roadway.

EMS transported the cyclist to a nearby hospital for injuries that were not critical. No other injuries occurred.

Police did not report any additional details surrounding the crash.

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