A 93-year-old cyclist lost his life in hospital a few hours after being involved in a collision with a vehicle, in the borough of Saint-Léonard, in Montreal.< /p>
The accident occurred at the start of dinner time, near the intersection of Pascal-Gagnon and Louis-Sicard streets.
“According to initial information, the collision would have occurred when the cyclist would have possibly tried to cross the street between a vehicle and its trailer”, indicated the agent Gabriella Youakim, spokesperson for the police of Montreal.
The nonagenarian was rushed to hospital in critical condition before succumbing to his injuries.
The 57-year-old driver of the vehicle was not injured.
Collision investigators went to the scene to try to understand the cause and circumstances of this event.
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