A cyclist was killed and another seriously injured in a crash in the city’s CBD on Saturday morning.
Key points:The two cyclists were riding on the east side of the street, but collided on the road to the east of the CBDThe injured cyclist was taken to the Royal Hobart HospitalThe injured rider is now in a stable conditionTwo women, aged 18 and 22, were involved in the collision and taken to Royal Hobham Hospital for treatmentA 17-year-old male cyclist was also involved in a collision in the CBD on Friday morning, police said.
Police said a man riding a bike had collided with a 19-year old male cyclist on the west side of Victoria Street, just before 7:30am.
A female rider suffered minor injuries and was taken by ambulance to Royal Hospital.
A 17 year-old female cyclist was seriously injured and taken by paramedics to Royal Children’s Hospital, where she is now undergoing treatment.
Both women are in a serious condition.
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