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(KSL News) Police are looking for information involving a hit-and-run accident early this morning.
They say a man was on his bicycle in a crosswalk at 850 West and North Temple when he was hit by a car. The car took off, and another one stopped.
Lt. Craig Gleason of the Salt Lake City Police Department said, "We thought we had our suspect, or the person who had committed the accident. But that was just a good Samaritan who saw our victim in the roadway and stopped to make sure he wasn't injured further."
The cyclist was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. So far police have no information about the car that hit him.