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A 15-year-old bicyclist is in critical condition at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital after being struck by a 17-year-old in an SUV.

The cyclist was not wearing a helmet and sustained life-threatening injuries.

The crash occurred Wednesday at about 5:30 p.m. at the intersection of Fairview Drive and Waterford Drive in the Valencia-Northbridge tract.

The SUV driver was not injured.

Witnesses are asked to call Traffic Detective Travis Kelly at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, 661-255-1121.

 

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3 Comments

  1. “The SUV driver was not injured”. And in other news, water is still wet, the sky is blue where there aren’t clouds and it gets dark at night. You have a vehicle that weighs in excess of 2 tons hitting a person that might weigh as much as 200 pounds, does anyone not know that the driver is perfectly safe inside the semi-armored vehicle of a modern-day car/SUV?

  2. MRandall says:

    Can someone please get Opus ‘The Pest’ off this page. He is a complete idiot and doesn’t have a single clue what he is talking about. 6-9 lane highway? Its a two lane road, not even striped. This guy is a moron. I used to live right there. His ignorant comments are an insult to a boy I’ve known for 15 years. This Opus gentleman is disturbed….

  3. MRandall says:

    Can someone please get Opus ‘The Pest’ off this page. He is a complete idiot and doesn’t have a single clue what he is talking about. 6-9 lane highway? This guy is a moron. I used to live right there. His ignorant comments are an insult to a boy I’ve known for 15 years. This Opus gentleman is disturbed….

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