FRAMINGHAM – First responders went to Irving Street for a report of a pedestrian struck yesterday, April 29 around 2:30 p.m.
Framingham Fire Ladder 3 and Ambulance 3 when they arrived on the scene found a cyclist had been struck on Irving Street.
“Companies evaluated 23 year old male on bike,” said Framingham Fire Chief Michael Dutcher. “Patient had minor injuries to left lower leg.”
He was taken to MetroWest Medical center in Framingham, said the fire chief.
The driver struck an individual, who was in the crosswalk, on his bicycle,” said Framingham Police Sgt. Rachel Mickens.
“The driver exited his vehicle briefly and then left the scene,’ said the Police spokesperson.
The vehicle was described as a light blue, newer model Toyota,” said Sgt. Mickens.
The “operator described by witness as a Hispanic or Brazilian male in his 20’s,” said Sgt. Mickens.
The 2 Irving Street incident is under police investigation
If anyone has any information they are asked to call police at 508-872-1212