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Bicycle wreck injures one
11/16/2017

(KAIR)--A vehicle and bicycle collide on an Atchison street, and that leaves the cyclist injured, requiring transport for hospitalized treatment.

Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson told MSC News the wreck happened shortly before 9:00 Wednesday night. "A vehicle driven by Daimy Allen, of Atchison,had been stopped at the stop sign on 8th Street, at Division, when she proceeded northbound and was struck by a bicyclist who was westbound on Division, without any lighting on the bicycle."

The bicyclist, identified as 24-year-old Atchison resident Hollie Breeden, was transported for hospitalized treatment in Kansas City.

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