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Crews Respond To Report Of Bicyclist Struck By Car In Norman

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Emergency crews were called out to reports of an automobile-pedestrian crash involving a vehicle and a bicycle in Norman, Tuesday morning.

OU campus police were called out to the scene near Asp Ave. and W. Timberdell Rd. A campus police spokesperson tells News 9 the bicyclist was conscious and alert when crews arrived and was transported from the scene via ambulance to a local hospital.

The identity of the bicyclist and that person's condition is not known at this time. The cause of the crash is under investigation.

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