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05 May 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

APPLE VALLEY: Bicyclist Struck by Car on Palmdale Road (Highway 18)

Bicyclist Hit in Apple Valley on Palmdale RoadAPPLE VALLEY (May 5, 2016)- According to the Victorville Valley News, a bicyclist was struck and injured Wednesday evening along Palmdale Road also known as Highway 18.

The article reports that the victim whose identity remains unknown was hit at precisely 9:03 p.m. in an area where there was not much lighting on the road.

The victim who appeared to be conscious and communicative was taken to a hospital via ambulance for moderate injuries.

The driver of the vehicle which was an older pickup truck remained on scene and spoke with authorities regarding the incident.

Liability remains unclear at this time as the investigation remains ongoing.

The Johnson Attorneys Group has been trusted by thousands of people who have been involved in injury car, bicycle, motorcycle, and trucking accidents. We understand the difficulties that accident victims face following a vehicle crash.  Our experienced Victorville accident lawyers have witnessed first-hand the impact that devastating injuries can have on an individual and their family members. Do not hesitate and call us today for a free consultation for your personal injury case at 800-235-6801. 

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