Cyclist seriously injured near Grande Prairie

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GRANDE PRAIRIE, A.B. — On Friday night, around 10:30 p.m., police and emergency services attended the scene of a collision between a cyclist and a car west of Grande Prairie.

Both were heading westbound on Highway 43, near Range Road 65, when the car struck the cyclist. The driver was not injured, but the cyclist was taken to hospital for serious, though not life-threatening, injuries.

RCMP says road and weather conditions were poor on Friday night, and all possible contributing factors are being considered to help find the cause of the collision.

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The accident remains under investigation.

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