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Family Of Injured Bicyclist Sought

Spokane Police are looking for friends or family of a man who suffered a critical head injury Monday while riding his bicycle.

Raymond Green, 57, a transient, was weaving in and out of traffic while heading west on his pink bicycle in the 2600 block of East Sprague about 1:15 p.m., the Spokane Police Department said.

At one point, he swerved into the center lane and into the side of a car traveling west. After striking the car, Green, who was not wearing a helmet, fell to the pavement and suffered a critical head injury, according to police.

Police said he was intoxicated.

Authorities are seeking information about Green, particularly from relatives or friends.

Calls should be directed to the Spokane Police Traffic Unit at 625-4127.

, DataTimes



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