Bicycle owner clinging to life after being struck by automobile in Queens


A bicyclist is clinging to life after being struck by a automobile in Queens early Wednesday morning, cops stated.

The unidentified bike owner was struck quickly after 1 a.m. on Woodhaven Boulevard close to the intersection of Jamaica Avenue in Woodhaven, police stated.

The bike owner was rushed to Jamaica Hospital in vital situation, authorities stated.

The driving force of the automobile remained on scene, police stated. No arrests had been made on Tuesday evening.

On Tuesday, two cyclists had been killed in separate boroughs hours other than each other, cops stated.

A 58-year-old was killed when he was hit by a field truck whereas using on the southbound aspect of McGuiness Avenue at 3:51 p.m. in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, authorities stated.

Hours earlier, a 17-year-old was fatally struck by a tow truck whereas using on Staten Island at about midday, police stated.