A Kenmore bicycle accident left a man seriously injured after the biker lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a van. The Washington State bike accident may have been caused by a medical emergency suffered by the cyclist.

Woodinville Man Seriously Injured In Kenmore Bike Accident

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6/14/2010
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Kenmore witnesses say that a serious bike accident may have been due to a medical emergency suffered by the cyclist in the moments before the crash. According to the Seattle Times, a 64-year-old Woodinville man was biking along Juanita Drive in Kenmore when he apparently lost control of his bike and ran into the broad side of a truck. The man was rushed to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where he remains in stable condition.

The King County Sheriff's Office reported that the Kenmore bike accident took place just before three in the afternoon on Thursday, June 3, and that the rider was driving his bicycle erratically in the moments before the collision. The man swerved across the street and struck a vacuum truck driven by a 47-year-old Everett man. It is unclear what the medical emergency was at this time, and no traffic citations have been issued in relation to the WA bike accident.


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