• March 21, 2017

Cyclist Injured in Missouri City, TX, Accident on Independence Pkwy

Missouri City, TX -- March 16, 2017, a man was injured due to an accident in which he was hit by a vehicle on Independence Parkway.

Local authorities report that the accident happened in the late night hours near the intersection of Independence Parkway and Hollyridge Drive.

Preliminary investigations indicate that a man was riding a bicycle along the side of Independence Parkway. As he did so, the driver of a Cadillac somehow failed to see him and collided with him. The cyclist was thrown into the roadway, where he sustained critical injuries.

Paramedics transported the bicyclist to a nearby hospital for treatment. Police at the scene questioned the Cadillac driver, who was reportedly cooperative. No charges have been reported at this time.

The cause of the accident is still unclear. Investigations are ongoing.

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