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Updated: Cyclist in critical condition following collision with truck – News – Uticaod

A Parish woman is in critical condition after striking the mirror of a pick-up truck on her bicycle around 11:38 a.m. Saturday on Route 69 in Camden, according to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office.

Mary Lou Miller, 63, was riding her bicycle westbound and attempted to cross the road onto Brewer Road when she failed to see a truck driven westbound by 20-year-old Rodney Facteau of Camden, deputies said. Facteau attempted to swerve out of the way but was unable to.

Miller was treated on scene by members of the Camden Ambulance and flown to Upstate Hospital deputies said. No tickets have been issued and the crash is still under investigation.

The Sheriff’s Criminal Investigation and Forensic Identification units investigated the scene. The Camden Fire Department and New York State Police also assisted at the scene. The crash was reconstructed and the road is now back open, deputies said.

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