A hit-and-run automobile versus bicycle collision on East 56th Avenue and Elkhart Street in northeast Denver on Monday, has police searching for the driver who fled the scene.
According to the Denver Police Department, the collision occurred around 6 a.m. on the morning of July 12th, when a bicyclist was struck by a vehicle along the southern edge of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.
The bicyclist had to be transported to the hospital for treatment after the collision, and the driver of the vehicle did not remain on the scene.
The bicyclist is in unknown condition as of the time of this writing, and the police have not yet identified the type of vehicle involved. They are continuing to investigate and ask that anyone with any information contact them immediately.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the injured bicyclist.
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