Gardai are seeking wittinesses after a woman who was cycling in Dublin yesterday was injured in a collision with a hit and run driver.
The young woman sustained leg injuries and a concussion.
“Gardaí are investigating reports of a road traffic collision involving a car and a bicycle that allegedly occurred at 11:30am on Wednesday, 23rd September, 2020, on Sundrive Road in Crumlin,” said the Garda press office.
The press office said: “It’s reported a female cyclist was struck by an oncoming car in the area, which failed to remain at the scene. No serious injuries were reported. Investigations are ongoing.”
Sundrive Garda Station can be contacted on 01 666 6600.
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