A cyclist is recovering from broken bones today after a collision on Pacific Coast Highway Sunday involving a bus and an RV.
A cyclist, who veered into a lane of traffic on Pacific Coast Highway to avoid a parked bus, was injured when he was pinched between the bus and a passing RV, said Seal Beach Police Sgt. Steve Bowles.
The bus was parked on the northbound side of the road just south of Main Street. The impact from the RV knocked the cyclist underneath the bus, said Bowles.
No arrests were made following the accident.
Seal Beach Police are unable to release further details about the crash or the victim at this point, added Bowles.
There have been several accidents involving cyclists and cars on PCH in the area this year, including a fatality on the Seal Beach/Huntington Beach border and an incident where an allegedly drunk driver struck three cyclists in Surfside before fleeing the area.