A nonagenarian died after a bicycle collision in Saint-Léonard

A nonagen; naire died after a bicycle collision in Saint-Leonard

The 93-year-old man ultimately succumbed to his injuries.

A cyclist lost his life after a collision with a driver in the borough of Saint-Léonard, in Montreal, on Wednesday.

The 93-year-old man suffered injuries to the upper body and had been transported to the hospital, said officers Mariane Allaire-Morin and Gabriella Youakim, of the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) earlier in the day.

The man ultimately succumbed to his injuries in hospital, SPVM spokesperson Jean-Pierre Brabant confirmed late in the afternoon.

According to initial information from the SPVM, the collision occurred when the cyclist tried to cross between a vehicle and its trailer. The accident occurred at the intersection of Pascal-Gagnon and Louis-Sicard streets around 12:15 p.m.

The driver, a man 57, suffered no injuries.

The SPVM collision investigators went to the scene to understand the causes and circumstances of this accident.

The security perimeter was lifted in the afternoon.

A 25-year-old cyclist is in critical condition after an accident Wednesday morning on Taschereau Boulevard in Brossard.

The collision with an SUV occurred around 6:35 a.m. at the intersection of Taschereau Boulevard and Authier Street , according to the Longueuil agglomeration police department.

According to the details of officer Mélanie Mercille, the young man was transported to a hospital center in the South Shore.

The driver of the SUV allegedly hit the cyclist while he was trying to cross on the pedestrian crossing. The cyclist was thrown several meters further and the SUV suffered major damage.

Boulevard Taschereau, which has a total of eight lanes of traffic, was closed for a width of three lanes for part of the morning.

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