Saturday Sep 26, 2009
A car that allegedly ran a stop sign has left four cyclists in hospital, one in a serious condition.
Four men were cycling along Tamaki Drive in St Heliers, Auckland this morning and were hit about 8am.
Inspector Willy Taylor said police were talking to a woman driver and witnesses.
"It was a stop sign and she went through it," Mr Taylor said.
He said one of the cyclists was still unconscious but he expected the other three to be released from hospital today.
Witnesses said the injured cyclists were part of a group of about 20 people.
Mr Taylor said the cyclists were part of a regular recreational cycling group.
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