A cyclist dies after being hit by a car on La Palma

A 69-year-old cyclist died this Thursday when a car collided with two bicycles

The fatal accident was registered around the 14.30 hours on Thursday November 8 on the road that joins the towns of Los Llanos de Aridane and Fuencaliente.

As reported by diary un 69-year-old cyclist has passed away this Thursday at collide a car with two bicycles when they were traveling along the road that connects Los Llanos de Aridane and Fuencaliente. The fatal accident, in which the other cyclist has been affected with  Moderate character policontusiones, has taken place around the 14.30 hours on the stretch of track located at the height of the road of Las Manchas, according to TV La Palma.

The emergency services of the 112, to the aforementioned, received a notice in which they reported a collision between a car and two bicycles, with trapped inside the tourism, indicates the Coordinating Center for Emergencies and Security (Cecoes).

The Councilor for Emergencies of the Cabildo, Carmen Brito, has confirmed the death of one of the cyclists to La Palma Now. The death occurred in the General Hospital of La Palma due to the wounds suffered, a 112 spokeswoman has indicated.

The two cyclists, of Austrian nationality, the driver of the vehicle and his companion (a minor under 4 years of age) were transferred in ambulances from the Canary Islands Emergency Service (SUC) to the Hospital, the aforementioned 112 spokesperson told this website. The injured cyclist, aged 63, suffers mild polyontusions. The driver, from 60 yearsShe had moderate neck pain and the one under 4 years old was unharmed.

Effective Fire La Palma La Laguna Park had to extract the occupants of the car to be trapped inside the vehicle.



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