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Bicyclist Dies After Collision In Mission Terrace [Updated]

Alemany Blvd. and Silver Ave. | Image: Google Maps
By Fiona Lee - Published on June 21, 2017.

A bicyclist in his 50s 40s has died after succumbing to injuries from a traffic collision in the Mission Terrace neighborhood, police reported.

The incident occurred yesterday at 5:34pm. The man was biking near the intersection of Alemany Blvd. and Silver Ave, when he collided with a car.

He was taken to a hospital and later died from the injuries sustained in the collision.

The driver of the vehicle remained on scene, said police, and cooperated with the investigation. 

Update, 4:46pm: According to Bay City News, the medical examiner's office has identified the 51-year-old victim as San Francisco resident Moises Chavez.

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