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Bicyclist Struck By Car, Cited For Crosswalk Violation

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ST. CLOUD — A 19-year-old St. Cloud woman was ticketed for a pedestrian crosswalk violation after police say she entered the crosswalk on her bike as a car was moving through the intersection.

The woman, Amy Jo Santillan-Carmona, was struck by the car and was taken to the hospital for treatment.

The driver of the car was not hurt and was not cited because Santillan-Carmona drove her bike off the sidewalk and into traffic.

The crash happened just after 8:30 this morning at the intersection of 25th Avenue South and Second Street South.

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