WATERLOO — A bicyclist was taken to the hospital following an apparent hit-and-run crash with a car in Waterloo on Tuesday.
The identity and condition of the cyclist hasn’t been released, but authorities said he is an adult male and was unconscious when the ambulance arrived.
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The crash happened around 4 p.m. Tuesday on West Third Street near the intersection with Western Avenue. Residents called 911, and crews with Waterloo Fire Rescue took the cyclist to a nearby hospital for treatment.
The vehicle involved in the collision apparently left the scene, put police found a yellow passenger car with a caved-in windshield about a block away on Western Avenue near West Second Street.