Update, 3:19 p.m.: The FDNY provided a bit more information as to the extent of the injuries suffered by a cyclist hit this morning on Myrtle Avenue. According to fire officials, the man received a cut to the head and a leg injury as a result of being pinned underneath the vehicle.
Kings County Hospital would not divulge the biker's condition, citing privacy concerns.
Update, 10:58 a.m.: An employee of a restaurant at 400 Myrtle Ave. who witnessed this morning's incident confirmed that the man struck by a vehicle had been riding a bicycle.
"I just saw the bike on the ground," said the employee, Syan, who declined to give his last name. "And lots of people."
Syan said the accident occurred when a car traveling northbound on Vanderbilt Avenue attempted to make a left turn westbound on Myrtle.
Update, 9:35 a.m.: According to a FDNY spokesman, the man hit this morning was pinned for an unknown amount of time underneath the vehicle.
More as this story develops.
The New York City Fire Department received a call regarding a man hit by a vehicle at the intersection of Myrtle and Vanderbilt avenues at 8:29 a.m. Thursday.
According to FDNY, the man may have been on a bicycle at the time of the accident.
An ambulance transported the injured man, described as being in his 30s, to Kings County Hospital, fire officials said.
His condition is unknown.
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