Cyclist, 45, dies after South Shore collision

A 45-year-old cyclist has died after he was hit by the mirror of a pickup truck yesterday.
The cyclist did not seem to be wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. (CBC News)

A 45-year-old cyclist has died after he was hit by the mirror of a pickup truck yesterday on Montreal’s South Shore.

The cyclist was rushed to hospital with major head injuries after the incident on Tuesday. 

The Richelieu-Saint-Laurent regional police force confirmed the man died overnight.

Police said the cyclist was travelling on Montée Ste-Julie when he turned into a lane reserved for cars.

It appears the man was not wearing a helmet.

Police are still investigating.

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