Cyclist struck near Kelowna hospital
Emergency crews were called to Cadder Avenue at Pandosy Street 10 p.m. Thursday night when a cyclist collided with a vehicle, about a block away from Kelowna General Hospital.
The accident blocked the southbound lane of Pandosy while paramedics attended to the male victim.
Police say the cyclist was impaired and ran a red light as he rode down Cadder.
The cyclist struck a pickup truck that was waiting for the light at Pandosy.
He was taken to hospital with undetermined, but what are believed to be non-life threatening injuries.
A 58-year-old man died Tuesday when his bike collided with a pickup truck on Richter Street near downtown Kelowna.
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