A bicyclist is expected to be OK after an accident this morning, invovling a car.
Washington Police, Lt. William Chrismon say, the bicyclist, 47-year-old Charles Stancil, traveling towards traffic on Highway 264 also known as John Small Avenue around 8:00 Friday morning. That's when he collided with a car coming out of the Hardee's parking lot.
According to Chrismon, The driver, 26-year old Sierra Collins, was traveling at a very low rate of speed and the time of impact.
Stancil was transported to Vidant of Beaufort County hospital after witnesses say he complained of leg pain.
Officers say it appears he has non-life threatening injuries.
The case is still under investigation and no charges have been filed at this time.
A man on a bicycle and a car collided in Washington Friday morning.
It happened after 8 a.m. on Highway 264 near the Hardee's and Food Lion shopping center.
A witness on the scene said the man was complaining of pain in his legs after the crash but that it did not appear the man was critically injured.
There is no word on the victim's name or what caused the accident. We'll update this story as we get information.
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