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Cyclist down…

 Emergency personnel attend to an injured cyclist Monday at the corner of Wallace and Rutland Roads. It was unclear whether the older man was struck by a vehicle or lost control of his bicycle, which had a trailer attached. The accident was called in at around 5 p.m. by a passing motorist. Police are continuing to investigate. - Sean Connor/Capital News
Emergency personnel attend to an injured cyclist Monday at the corner of Wallace and Rutland Roads. It was unclear whether the older man was struck by a vehicle or lost control of his bicycle, which had a trailer attached. The accident was called in at around 5 p.m. by a passing motorist. Police are continuing to investigate.
— image credit: Sean Connor/Capital News

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