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Hit & Run Leaves Bicyclist with Broken Neck


Posted on May 14, 2014

Police seek hit-and-run driver who struck cyclist

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BOISE -- Boise Police Department seeks your help in locating the driving of a vehicle of a green Subaru that hit and run a bicyclist yesterday morning (5/13/14) causing the bicyclist to incur two (2) broken bones in his neck.

The collision occurred at the intersection of West Hayes Street and 10th Street at around 7:20 a.m. The male bicyclist was traveling in a easterly direction on West Hayes Street and passed a car when the driver of the vehicle turned right on to 10th Street headed southbound just in front of the bicyclist causing the bicyclist hit the car head first on the passenger side of the green Subaru.

The male bicyclist was traveling eastbound on West Hays Street at 7:20 a.m. when he passed a car and the driver of the green Subaru suddenly turned right in front of him onto 10th Street. The cyclist was unable to avoid crashing into the passenger side of the car head first. He was wearing a helmet.  The driver of the green Subaru failed to stop and continued traveling on 10th Street.

Leaving the scene of an injury accident is a misdemeanor.

If you have any information regarding this crash, you are encouraged to contact the Boise Crime Stoppers at 208.343.COPS.

If you or a loved one are ever injured in a bicycle crash with a motor vehicle, you should contact an experienced trial attorney for a free initial consultation to ascertain your legal rights and remedies and to determine whether there are any notice requirements that must also be fulfilled including a notice of tort claim or a dram shop notice. Failure to contact an experienced bicycle accident attorney could be prejudicial to your legal rights and remedies. You may reach Boise Personal Injury and Bicycle Accident Alan Morton for an initial free consultation at 208.344.5555 or toll free at 888.716.8021 or by completing the online contact form. Mr. Morton would be happy to talk to you about your legal rights and remedies and to discuss any questions or concerns you may have in a confidential setting during a free initial consultation.

For additional information regarding bicycle accidents, see the following link at: http://www.mortonlawyers.com/library/7-steps-to-consider-if-you-are-ever-involved-in-a-bicycle-accident.cfm

 

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Alan Morton
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