DASHCAM VIDEO: Watch as cyclist is struck by vehicle on Park Ave

Luckily, injuries were not serious.

Last night was the third night in a row a pedestrian or cyclist was struck on Park Avenue.

Police tell TLS they are looking into these incidents to see whether any lighting or other improvements are necessary.

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  1. The cyclist seems not to be wearing reflective anything and doesn’t seem to have front and rear lights as required. He (she?) was also driving at the extreme left – technically into oncoming traffic.
    The driver didn’t stop at the stop sign.
    In this case, it’s not the lighting, it’s the poorly skilled/uneducated driver and cyclist.

    • It actually appears that the driver had stopped. A car went across in front of it. The cyclist was in the crosswalk that means they were riding on the sidewalk. Here’s the problem: according to a police officer when I was involved in a similar accident, only children are allowed to ride on the sidewalk and they should be getting off of their bikes to cross the street. ie no one should ride a bike in a crosswalk, they should either be riding in the street or they should be walking the bike across. Add the lack of reflectors and this rider was asking for trouble.

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