A Cyclist Died After Being Hit By A Car In Quebec On Tuesday

The cyclist was a 60-year-old woman.
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A Cyclist Died After Being Hit By A Car In Quebec On Tuesday

On the afternoon of June 8, a collision on Chemin Saint-Césaire, near Route 112, resulted in a cyclist being hit by a car in Quebec.

According to the information la Surêté du Québec provided LaPresse with, the cyclist was a 60-year-old woman who was initially brought to the hospital for her "serious injuries" and died a few hours afterwards.

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The collision is said to have occurred around 2 p.m. that Tuesday. LaPresse was told the driver did not suffer any "major injuries."

Tuesday evening, la Surêté claimed it was "too early" to know the exact cause and circumstances of this collision, but an investigation is ongoing, according to LaPresse.

An assessment is supposed to be performed on the vehicle, which was an SUV, in the coming days, which could help with la Surêté's investigation of the incident.

This article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.

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