Police attend a serious accident between two motorcycles and a cyclist.

Biker and cyclist hurt in crash

The driver of a second motorcycle took off and police are asking him to contact RCMP

A cyclist and motorcyclist are in hospital with serious injuries after colliding with another motorbike in Fleetwood on Saturday (June 4).

And police are looking the rider of a second motorcycle, who fled the scene on foot.

At just after midnight on Saturday, a cyclist was traveling along 88 Avenue, near 180 Street, when he was struck by a motorcyclist, who was driving with another biker, eastbound on 88 Avenue.

The motorcyclist who hit the cyclist veered and hit the other motorcycle.

The motorcyclist who originally hit the cyclist was taken to hospital with a broken leg and the bicyclist was rushed to hospital in critical condition due to head injuries.

The second motorcyclist fled on foot from the scene.

Police searched for him, but were unsuccessful in locating him.

Police are asking the motorcyclist who left the accident scene to contact police at 604-599-0502.

 

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