Police responded to three collisions involving cyclists around the city Tuesday morning, all of which occurred within about an hour.
Const. Henri Lanctôt said police first responded at 6:58 a.m. to a 42-year-old male cyclist who had been struck by a vehicle near the intersection of Baseline Road and Farlane Boulevard. The cyclist was conscious when paramedics arrived and is in stable condition in hospital.
Around 7:37 a.m. a second 30-year-old male cyclist was struck by a vehicle near Prince of Wales Drive and Waterford Drive. The man lost consciousness after being hit and regained consciousness when paramedics arrived. He was treated for a head injury and is in serious but stable condition in hospital.
A few minutes later, police got a call at 7:39 a.m. from a another male cyclist who said he had been struck by a vehicle while riding near Hunt Club Road and McCarthy Road. Paramedics treated him for injuries to his left arm, shoulder and right wrist. He is in stable condition.