Cyclist struck by vehicle in Woolwich
A 24-year-old cyclist was taken to hospital Friday night after he was struck by a vehicle in Woolwich.
The Waterloo Regional Police Service says it happened just before 9 p.m. on Northfield Drive, between Highway 86 and Scotch Line.
The man was taken a hospital outside the region.
Police believe his injuries are serious.
Northfield Road was closed for several hours while police were on scene investigating the cause of the crash.
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