Woman who struck cyclist cited for running red light

July 30, 2013 

— A 30-year-old Boise woman was cited for running a red light after she struck a cyclist with her SUV Tuesday morning.

Police said the cyclist was traveling north on Latah Street and the SUV was headed east on Rose Hill Street when it struck the man in the intersection just after 9 a.m..

The 30-year-old cyclist was knocked to the ground, but suffered only minor scrapes, police said.

The frame of his bicycle was broken in the crash. The man had recently moved to Boise, police said.

The driver received a $90 ticket for running the red light, police said. An officer gave the cyclist a ride to his destination.

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