Cyclist suffers serious eye injury after fall
A 63-year-old cyclist seriously injured his eye when he crashed into a wall, police said yesterday.
The Warwick man, who has not been named, lost control of his bicycle as he rode along Dunscombe Road in Warwick at about 6.40pm on Saturday.
Members of the public helped the man before an ambulance arrived to treat him and take hin to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.
He was also treated for other minor injuries.
Traffic diversions were set up as police examined the scene.
Police are investigating the incident and appealed for witnesses.
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