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Bicycle Accident at Temple Place
On June 12, the Boston Police Department received information about an injury accident involving a bicycle and a vehicle. Initial reports stated that the accident involved injury to the cyclist. This accident was reported to police around 7:10 in the evening and emergency personnel were sent to the scene quickly after hearing the news.

Officer Amanda Kennedy was one of the first people to arrive at the scene, and she took statements from those involved in the accident as well as from witnesses. The injured cyclist was given medical care, but the extent of their injury is still under review. However, no fatalities were reported. Police are still investigating the cause of the accident and whether the cyclist or vehicle was at fault. Traffic was directed around the scene and was cleared within the hour.

Injuries and Bicycle Accidents

Bike Accident on Congress Street
On June 11, an accident involving a vehicle and a bicycle was reported to the Boston Police Department. The police received a report of the incident that occurred around 10:15 in the morning. Emergency authorities including police and fire crews were sent to the area quickly afterward. The accident occurred on Congress Street in Boston.

Officer William Hull was one of the first to arrive at the scene and other emergency personnel arrived shortly afterward as support. First responders found that the cyclist had been injured in the accident, and medical care was given to this individual. The extent of their injuries is still being determined. No fatalities were reported in this incident. The area was secured and the accident cleared within the hour.

Injuries and Bicycle Accidents

Bike Accident on Ruggles Street
Accidents involving bicycles can be especially devastating as bicyclists are not protected by a vehicle. While bicyclists often wear protective gear like helmets, they are still vulnerable parties on the road and impact with a vehicle can be deadly. Drivers must keep in mind that they share the road with bicyclists and need to remain aware of them.


On June 10, an accident involving a vehicle and a bicycle was reported to the Boston Police Department. Police received a report of the incident around 9:30 in the morning. The accident occurred on 160 Ruggles Street.

Emergency responders arrived at the scene quickly. On arriving, first responders found that the accident had caused injury to the bicyclist. Medical care was administered at the scene. The extent of their injuries is still being determined. However, no fatalities were reported.

Bicycle Accident on Hardwick Street
Bicycle accidents can be some of the most dangerous vehicle-related accidents because bicyclists are not protected by a vehicle. These accidents can do serious damage, and they can leave victims suffering from long-lasting injuries that mean medical treatments for many years. It is important for all drivers to remember to look out for cyclists.


On June 6, the Boston Police Department received a report of a moving vehicle accident that involved a bicyclist. The accident occurred around 6:30 in the evening on Hardwick Street. Officer Shari’s Barkhordarian initially responded at the scene and other emergency responders arrived soon after to provide support.

Once arrival, first responders administer care to the injured cyclist and secured the area. The injury sustained do not appear to be life-threatening, but the extent of the injuries is still under review.

Bicycle Accident on Moreland Street
Bicycle accidents can happen when we least expect them, and they can occur out of nowhere. While accidents cannot be completely prevented, driving attentively and following traffic laws can reduce the risk of an accident happening. It is vital for drivers to share the road with bicyclists and look out for them. Bicyclists must also remain vigilant when on the road.

On June 1, the Boston Police Department received information about an injury accident involving a bicycle and a vehicle. Initial reports said that the accident involved significant injury to the bicyclists. The accident was reported to police around 6:15 in the evening and occurred on Moreland Street.

Upon arrival, Officer Dennis Leah and other first responders secured the scene. Emergency medical care was administered to the victims. However, the extent of their injuries is still being determined. However, no fatalities were reported. The accident was cleared, and the normal flow of traffic resumed in the area.

Bicyclist Hit by Vehicle in Chinatown
Bicycle accidents can be very devastating. Bicyclists are not protected by a vehicle, and collision with a car can cause severe injuries. Cyclists are responsible to follow traffic laws and remain aware, and vehicle drivers are responsible to share the road with bicyclists and look out for them. It is important to remember that these accidents can be serious.

On June 1, a bicyclist was struck by a vehicle in the Chinatown neighborhood. The incident was reported to police in Boston around 1 in the morning, and first responders were dispatched to the scene.

Upon arrival, they found that the 60-year-old bicyclist had suffered from injuries. This individual was transferred to the hospital, but their injuries do not appear to be life-threatening. The vehicle involved remained at the scene on Washington Street and Kneeland Street. No further details were reported.  

Bicycle Accident Injures 15-Year-Old
Vehicle-related accidents can happen anywhere and at any time, and the consequences of these accidents can be devastating. It is essential for all drivers to remember the responsibility they have to one another and to keep in mind that negligent driving can be potentially lethal. Accidents that involve bicyclists can be especially severe as these individuals are not protected by a vehicle.

On May 31, police in Upton, Massachusetts received a report of a vehicle accident involving a 15-year-old on a bicycle. The boy was seriously injured after being hit by a car on Wednesday afternoon.

Upton police say they responded to a report of a crash that occurred near Station Street and Grove Streets around 3 in the afternoon. The teen was taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester to be treated for serious injuries. The driver has been identified as 69-year-old Mary Chiulii. It is not clear at this time whether or not she will face charges. This crash is still being investigated by police.