Bicyclists injured in collision with car near Selma
Posted November 14, 2010
Selma, N.C. — Two bicyclists were injured in a collision with a car on N.C. Highway 96, north of Selma, Friday evening, state troopers said.
Car driver Marie Jania, 37, moved into the southbound lane to pass bicyclists Renny Barnard, 17, and Richard Baker, 20, who were going north on N.C. 96, troopers said. At the same time, the bicyclists moved into the southbound lane to let the car pass them. The car struck the back of the bicycles.
Barnard was taken to WakeMed in Raleigh to be treated for serious but non-life-threatening injuries, troopers said. Baker was treated for minor injuries at Johnston Regional Memorial Hospital in Smithfield.
Troopers said they will not file charges in the wreck.