L'Épiphanie collision sends cyclist to hospital

The driver of the vehicle struck the cyclist who was zigzagging in the middle of Highway 341.

Quebec police say alcohol may have been a factor in case of cyclist

The Sûreté du Québec says that alcohol may have been a factor in the case of the cyclist. ( Martin Labbé/Radio-Canada)

A cyclist is still in a critical state after a collision with a vehicle on Saturday night in L'Épiphanie.

The driver of the vehicle struck the cyclist, who was zigzagging in the middle of Highway 341.

The Sûreté du Québec say alcohol may have been a factor in the case of the cyclist.

The cyclist was transported to hospital. The life of the cyclist remains in danger.

Translated from la Presse Canadienne

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