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Bicyclist Injured in Crash at Central Expressway and Moffett Boulevard


Teen Hit by Vehicle in Mountain View Accident

Mountain View, CA (June 15, 2020) – A teen was injured in a hit and run accident in Mountain View. The accident occurred on the evening of June 15 at Central Expressway and Moffett Boulevard.

A teen was riding a bicycle when they were hit by a vehicle at the intersection. Emergency crew found the bicyclist lying in the roadway. The teen was taken to a local hospital with moderate injuries. 

The driver fled the accident scene. Police later found the motorist, identified as an 18-year-old man from Mountain View. The man was interviewed and released. 

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