A bicyclist suffered head injuries after crossing in front of a car on East Main Street Tuesday evening, according to Chattanooga Police.
The car had was moving forward at a green light down Main Street when the bicyclist crossed into its path, said police spokeswoman Sgt. Jerri Weary. The rider was thrown upon impact, causing a head injury and possible broken ribs. A pregnant passenger in the vehicle was mildly shaken up but not seriously injured, said Weary.
The rider was taken to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries but no charges will be filed in the case, Weary said.
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