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50 year old male hit by semi truck on Euclid Street
SANTA ANA: Bicyclist Hit by Semi-Truck on Euclid Street near 2nd Street

“Big Rig vs. Cyclist Collision”

SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA (July 3, 2017) – A Bicyclist was involved in a collision with a semi-truck on the 100 block of Euclid Street Monday evening, according to the Santa Ana Police Department. (map)

The incident was reported at approximately 9:40 p.m. on Euclid Street near 2nd Street. The cyclist, identified to be in the 50 year range, sustained major injuries. Emergency crews were called to the scene. The cyclist was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

The driver of the semi-truck remained at the scene and cooperated with police officials. No other information of he collision was immediately available. An investigation is ongoing to determine the cause of the accident.

“Police will gather evidence and conduct interviews with the drivers and witnesses to determine liability” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm. “Any injured party involved in an accident will have a bodily injury claim against the negligent driver who caused the accident.”

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