Berkeley, NJ -- A bicyclist was injured Saturday after a collision with a car around 3:54 pm.
The collision happened around Davenport Road and Portsmouth Drive. According to police, the cyclist, a 60-year-old woman from Toms River, is in stable condition. Witnesses say the bicyclist and car were traveling in the same direction.
The cyclist swerved away from the shoulder, and the car struck them. According to reports, the cyclist moved into the road unexpectedly. Crews transported the cyclist to Jersey Shore Medical Center. The driver, a 92-year-old man from Toms River, was not injured.
Patrolman Scott Rudolph is investigating the crash. Once the cause is determined, the guilty party will be brought charges.
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