REDDING, Calif. – A helmetless bicyclist was struck by another vehicle on Friday night leaving him with major injuries in Redding, said the Redding Police Department.
According to Redding authorities, a man named Anthony Tyrone Revis, 51, of Redding was found with a head wound just after 9 p.m. by arriving officers at Lake Boulevard and Northpoint Drive.
Revis was driving a motorized bicycle when a Dodge Caravan traveled eastbound on Lake Boulevard near the intersection when Revis crossed over Lake Boulevard directly in front of the Dodge, said RPD.
Bobbie Windle, 28, of Redding - the driver of the Dodge - was wearing her seatbelt at the time of the crash and authorities noted that Revis was wearing dark clothing and didn’t have any lights.
Revis had major injuries as a result of the crash and was transported to Mercy Medical Center.
Alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash.
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