Investigations under way after car hits cyclist at G'bah
UPDATE, 11.20am: A CYCLIST has been taken to hospital in a stable condition after he was struck by a motorist this morning.
A NSW Ambulance spokesman said a 53-year-old man was taken to Lismore Base Hospital suffering left shoulder pain and cuts and grazes to his upper limbs.
He said initial reports of a back injury were not confirmed by treating paramedics.
He said the cyclists was wearing a helmet at the time and appeared to have been "hit at low speed".
Richmond Police District crime prevention officer senior constable David Henderson confirmed police were also called to the scene.
"Police attended and are investigating," he said.
Police were called to the incident, on the Rous Rd and Oliver Ave roundabout, about 8.20am.
Original story: A CYCLIST is being treated after a collision in Goonellabah.
A NSW Ambulance spokesman said two crews were called to the scene on the Oliver Avenue and Rous Rd roundabout about 8.20am.
He said one ambulance was at the scene and another was still en route.
He said paramedics were treating the cyclist, a 63-year-old man, who was hit by a car.
The man has suffered back injuries and grazes.
"He's being assessed now," the spokesman said.
He said police were also at the scene.