Kaunas bike lane report – as if from the front row: Within a few hours – six people were injured

When the weather warms up again, accidents in Kaunas involve rollerblades and electric bike lovers and cyclists. Later, or their passengers, suffered the most – up to five. Two skiers were also injured. Even half of these accidents are registered on bike lanes. Four minors were among the victims.

According to data from the Lithuanian Road Police Service on Wednesday evening alone or within a few hours, there were three such accidents on the Kaunas bike lane.

Just before 7pm on P. Lukšios Street, an unidentified man on a paved road stopped a 4-year-old girl from running past him. One minor injury.

After 8 p.m., a 41-year-old man on a bicycle blocked a 14-year-old boy walking on the sidewalk and bicycle on Raudondvaris Street. His passenger was also injured – a girl under the age of four who was transported in a special seat.

21 hours ago. Near Kaunas Castle – A 25-year-old woman riding a bicycle on the sidewalk and the wheels of Pilies Road collided with an electric motorcycle turning in the opposite direction. During the collision, the woman fell and was injured. And the motorcyclist left the scene.

After 9 p.m., a 52-year-old man riding a Roller Skate on the Brasta bike lane overtook several cyclists, blocking their front wheels with his foot. After the rider fell and another hit the brakes, it overturned. A 41-year-old man and a woman of the same age on bicycles were injured.

On Thursday evening, there were fewer similar incidents in Kaunas. Within half an hour, however, two road users were injured, a cyclist and a little girl skating.

After 7pm Phnom Penh: A Honda Civic driven by a 31-year-old man driving in the lane of a 20-year-old man was cycling at a four-lane intersection in Frančanų. The cyclist was injured.

At around 7:30 pm on Taikas Avenue, a BMW 3ER Reihe driven by a 25-year-old man hit an 8-year-old girl in a wheelchair. She was also injured.

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