Cyclists (13 & 76) injured in separate road incidents

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TWO cyclists – a teenage boy and a 76-year-old man – were taken to hospital on Thursday after being involved in separate incidents.


The boy, aged 13, was taken to hospital after colliding with a grey VW Caravelle, driven by a woman, on the Grande Route de Faldouet near the junction with Longue Rue. The road was closed following the incident at 2.20pm and the boy was taken to hospital via ambulance.

In a separate incident, a pensioner suffered head injuries after colliding with a green Land Rover Discovery at a cross roads in St Peter's Village at 9.21am. The area was re-opened at 11.03am.

Jack Maguire

By Jack Maguire

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