Cyclist is injured after bicycle is hit by vehicle
By John Joyce
Published in News on June 18, 2014 1:46 PM
Wayne County EMS and Goldsboro Fire Department personnel work to save the life of Eugene McClarin, 59, struck by a vehicle while riding his bike at the intersection of East Elm Street and South Oleander Avenue on Tuesday. McClarin is listed in stable condition at Wayne Memorial Hospital.
A Goldsboro man is in stable condition at Wayne Memorial Hospital after being struck while he was on his bicycle Tuesday.
Eugene McClarin, 59, of Creech Street, suffered multiple injuries when his bicycle was hit at the intersection of East Elm Street and South Oleander Avenue at about 12:19 p.m.
Goldsboro police said McClarin was knocked to the ground and run over by a 2007 Chrysler driven by Blonnie May Oates Broadhurst, 69, 804 Franklin St.
According to the police report, Ms. Broadhurst was traveling south on Oleander Avenue and stopped at the sign at the Elm Street intersection. She then advanced through the intersection without seeing McClarin.
McClarin was dragged under the vehicle.
Wayne County EMS, the Goldsboro Fire Department and Goldsboro police responded. Paramedics worked on McClarin at the scene and en route to Wayne Memorial Hospital.
Police cited Mrs. Broadhurst with failure to see before starting.