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Indiana auto accident leaves bicyclist injured

Jan 29, 2008 | Auto Accident, Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart

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January 29, 2008

The Evansville Courier & Press reported that an SUV knocked a man off his bike, sending him to the hospital Monday to be treated for his Indiana auto accident injuries.

The woman who caused the accident told police she didn’t see the bicyclist as she was turning right at a red light, causing the accident. One of the bicycle’s tires ended up underneath the SUV’s wheels and the Indiana auto accident victim was sent to the hospital for treatment.

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