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Bicyclist Seriously Injured in Farmington Collision
FARMINGTON, CT — A collision between a motor vehicle and a bicycle Tuesday night resulted in serious injuries being sustained by the bicyclist, according to Farmington police.
Farmington police, fire and EMS personnel responded to the intersection of Route 177 and Morea Road around 9:43 p.m., where an adult bicyclist sustained life-threatening injuries and was transported by ambulance to Saint Francis Hospital in Hartford, Lt. Patrick Buckley said.
The operator of the vehicle was not injured, Buckley said.
The North Central Municipal Accident Reconstruction Squad responded and is assisting in the investigation. Route 177 was closed between Route 6 and Morea/Meadow Roads until about 1:30 a.m., Buckley said.
Any witnesses are asked to contact Farmington Police Detective Hughes at 860-675-2461.
FARMINGTON, CT — The bicyclist who was injured in a collision with a motor vehicle Tuesday night is listed in serious condition at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, police said.
Police identified the bicyclist as Raymond Reyes, 40, of Plainville. He was involved in the collision around 9:43 p.m. at the intersection of Route 177 and Morea Road, Lt. Patrick Buckley said.
The driver of the vehicle is a 17-year-old male from Farmington, whom police did not identify. He had no passengers and was not injured, Buckley said.
No charges have been filed in connection with the crash.
The crash is still under investigation by the North Central Municipal Accident Reconstruction Squad (NCMARS). Anyone with information is asked to call Farmington PD Detective Jason Hughes at 860-675-2461. Any calls can be confidential.