Driver Hits Bicyclist, Slams Into Philly Home at 42nd and Parrish Streets

Rider Hospitalized in Philadelphia Bicycle Crash at 42nd and Parrish Streets

Philadelphia Bicycle Crash

Driver Hits Bicyclist, Slams Into Philly Home at 42nd and Parrish Streets

Philadelphia, PA( July 23, 2017): A bicyclist was injured after being hit by a vehicle Saturday night in Philadelphia, a local news source reported.

The crash happened Saturday night, July 22 at the intersection of 42nd and Parrish Streets.

The crash involved an unknown vehicle and a bicycle. Police reported that after hitting the bicyclist, the vehicle slammed into a nearby home.

The victim was rushed to a local area hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

Police continue investigating the underlying cause of the accident.

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