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Salt Lake City bicyclist remains critical

First Published Oct 01 2012 09:59 am • Last Updated Oct 01 2012 11:40 am

A 30-year-old Salt Lake City man who was struck by a car after he allegedly tried to beat a red light on his bicycle last week remained in critical condition Monday, police say.

Witnesses told police that the man was weaving through cars stopped at a red light on 200 South Sept. 27 when he went through the intersection at 300 West. A car that had a green light hit the cyclist.

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The bicyclist’s vital signs had been stabilized and he was eventually expected to recover, police said.


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