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Fort Collins police investigate hit-and-run near Lemay Avenue

Late Thursday night, Fort Collins police were notified of a hit-and-run collision on Vine Drive between Linden Street and Lemay Avenue.

According to a Fort Collins Police press release,  Fort Collins resident Thomas Brooks, 28, was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle eastbound on Vine Drive in the bicycle lane.

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According to police, Brooks sustained serious injuries and was transported to Poudre Valley Hospital.

At this time police have no vehicle description, but investigators believe the vehicle will have damage to the front right side of the bumper and right frontquarter panel.

Anyone with information about the collision should contact Officer Shane Hasebroock at (970) 221-6555 or shasebroock@fcgov.com.

Collegian reporter Skyler Leonard can be reached at news@collegian.com.

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