Cyclist Struck at Seventh Avenue and 28th Street

The driver of a motor vehicle hit and injured a cyclist at the corner of Seventh Avenue and 28th Street in Manhattan at 1:56 this afternoon, according to the NYPD. The cyclist was taken to Bellevue Hospital. The police didn’t have any additional information about the crash at this time.

We’ll post more information as it becomes available.

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