CHULA VISTA (CNS) - A 15-year-old boy who was struck by a minivan while riding his bike across a Chula Vista intersection was in stable condition Friday, police said.
The bicyclist was riding north across the intersection of Hidden Path and Picket Fence Dr. about 3 p.m. Thursday when he was struck by a westbound Toyota minivan driven by a 35-year-old woman, said Chula Vista police Agent Rusty Rea.
The biker, who was not wearing a helmet, was seriously injured in the crash and taken to Rady Children's Hospital, where he was in stable condition, Rea said.
Rea said alcohol did not appear to have been a factor.
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