Two bicyclists were injured early this afternoon when they were hit by a car on state Highway 29 in Napa County, a California Highway Patrol sergeant said.
The car, identified as a tan Pontiac, struck two of four bicyclists riding in a group around 12:40 p.m. near Ehlers Lane, north of Saint Helena, Sgt. Greg Xepoleas said.
One bicyclist suffered only minor injuries but the other was seriously injured, Xepoleas said. Both taken by ambulance to a hospital.
Cal Fire also responded to the incident.
By Bay City News Service.
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In August, a St. Helena man lost his life in a collision with a car while cycling:
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