Young Stevenage cyclist who collided with a car has been discharged from hospital
- Credit: Archant
A 12-year-old cyclist has been discharged from hospital after his bike collided with a car in Stevenage on Friday evening.
Police ambulance and air ambulance crews were called to the crash at the junction between Fairlands Way and Mobbsbury Way at 6.30pm after the boy’s BMX bike collided with a grey Toyota.
The cyclist was assessed by paramedics and was taken to the Lister Hospital by land ambulance where he was treated for serious injuries to his head and lungs.
He was discharged from hospital this morning.
Police closed Mobbsbury Way until 9.30pm.
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