• July 26, 2018

Robert Cook Injured in Minneapolis, MN Bicycle Accident

Minneapolis, MN -- July 19, 2018, Robert Cook was injured in an accident while riding a bicycle.

The relevant events occurred in the morning at the intersection of Fulton Street and Huron Boulevard.

Information from Minneapolis Police cited in media accounts indicates that Mr. Cook was turning into a parking lot on Fulton when he was struck by a passing SUV.

First responders transported Mr. Cook to Hennepin Health Care in critical condition, including injuries to several vertebrae and several broken bones.

Reports did not identify the driver of the SUV or whether they remained at the scene. No charges have been announced.

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