Male cyclist hurt in West Palm Beach crash with patrol car 

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – A man riding a bicycle sustained injuries after colliding with a West Palm Beach Police car Thursday afternoon. 

CBS 12 said the events unfolded when the cyclist had allegedly turned in front of the police car in the area of 17th Street, leading the officer driving the vehicle to hit the male cyclist. 

Police said the man suffered minor injuries but did not clarify if he was hospitalized. Police also said that video footage shows the man was at fault but did not care to elaborate more on this specific detail. 

Should any new information come to light, our team of news writers will issue updates to this news blog. 

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Last Updated : May 2, 2024

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