Car hits bicyclist on 19th and Avenue X - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Car hits bicyclist on 19th and Avenue X

A Lubbock bicyclist was hit by a car on 19th Street and Avenue X on Friday. (Photo by Tiffany Pelt) A Lubbock bicyclist was hit by a car on 19th Street and Avenue X on Friday. (Photo by Tiffany Pelt)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A Lubbock bicyclist was hit by a car on 19th Street and Avenue X around 11:30 a.m. on Friday.

When KCBD crews arrived on the scene, the bicyclist was lying face up on the sidewalk waiting for EMS crews to arrive.

Minutes later, EMS took the man to the hospital. Police say he had minor injuries.

According to the police report. the bicycle was traveling east bound on the sidewalk. The car was exiting a private drive south bound turning right onto 19th.

According to the driver, the car and bike were both stopped then started moving at the same time. That's when they collided.

The rider on the bike, Richard Stockwell, was transported to UMC with minor injuries.

The driver of the vehicle, Keely Johnson, was not injured.

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