Pickup Truck Hits Bicyclist In Friendship

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A bicyclist was struck by a pickup truck in the Friendship section of Pittsburgh.

The cyclist, a man believed to be in his 30’s, was hit from behind by the truck in the 100-block of South Negley Avenue.

The driver of the truck told KDKA-TV that when he looked up, the bike was right in front of him.

The cyclist was taken to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital.

There is no word on his condition.

Pittsburgh Police took the bike for evidence.

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