Looks to have been a pretty major accident at the intersection of Broad and 12th Ave. tonight around 6:30 p.m. Walking up to investigate from Scarth St. Mall after I’d spotted the emergency lights, I saw a guy on a bike turn right off the north-east corner sidewalk at Hamilton and 12th and just about get ironed by a car heading south on Hamilton and about to cross the intersection on a green light.
He escaped injury, but that possibly wasn’t the case in this collision. In addition to the police in attendance (photo above), there was an ambulance you can see after the jump.
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