A cyclist was taken to hospital after being struck in the 2100 block of Richmond Road. Police are investigating and say two motorists are involved in the collision. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)

VicPD investigating after cyclist struck in 2100 block of Richmond Road

A cyclist was taken to hospital with non life threatening injuries

Richmond Road was closed to northbound traffic near Fort Street after a cyclist was struck Wednesday afternoon.

A cyclist was taken to hospital with non life threatening injuries after being hit in the 2100-block of Richmond Road just before 2:30 p.m.

Victoria police said two motorists were involved in the incident.

Yellow police tape cordons off the intersection of Richmond Road and Coronation Avenue. A truck with a flat tire and a scrape down the side sits in the intersection, while shoes and a jacket are strewn on the pavement.

A white bicycle is bent around a light standard.

Victoria police are seeking more witnesses.

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Victoria Police work in the 2100 block of Richmond Avenue after a cyclist was hit Wednesday afternoon. (Nina Grossman/News Staff) Victoria Police work in the 2100 block of Richmond Avenue after a cyclist was hit Wednesday afternoon. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)

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