Alberni cyclist hospitalized after night collision with van

A cyclist was hospitalized after being hit by a van at Helen Street and Johnston Road last Friday night.

A cyclist was transported to hospital after colliding with a van after 11 p.m. last Friday night at the corner of Helen Street and Johnston Road. The condition of the cyclist isn't known.

A cyclist suffered undetermined injuries after colliding with a minivan on Friday night.

Fire crews were called to the corner of Helen Street and Johnston Road just after 11 p.m. Upon arrival, they found a male cyclist who’d been struck by a van, said Port Alberni Fire Department Capt. Les Norden.

B.C. Ambulance crews tended to an adult male and transported him to West Coast General Hospital, said Unit Chief Bruce Patterson, who would not disclose any injuries the man received.

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