Terrace RCMP seeking two drivers who interacted with injured cyclist

One driver stopped to ask cyclist if he needed help and was waved on; second driver gave cyclist a ride home, say police.

  • Mon Oct 31st, 2016 3:00pm
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Terrace RCMP need to speak with the two men who assisted an injured cyclist on October 8th at approximately 3 p.m. on the Dudley Bridge.

“The first man was passing by in a vehicle and stopped to ask the cyclist if he needed assistance. He was waved off so continued on his way.

“The second man stopped his vehicle and provided transportation for the cyclist to his home. We need to speak with these two men as part of our ongoing investigation,” says Const. Donald Munro, General Duty Terrace RCMP.

On October 8th, police were advised that a cyclist was possibly struck by a vehicle on the Dudley Bridge. The 61-year-old man was riding his bike westbound on Hwy 16 west and was coming off of the western bridge when he believes he was struck by a vehicle.

The cyclist suffered minor injuries.

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