Bicyclist injured in accident in Langley

A bicyclist was injured in a collision with a car in Langley Tuesday evening.

The Washington State Patrol reported that Peter Oakley, 56, of Langley was riding a bicycle east on Sandy Point Road. Belinda Locke, 39, of Langley was headed east in a 2005 Hyundai Elantra car.

Locke drove past the bicyclist in the westbound lane, returned to the eastbound lane and came to a stop to turn northbound on Furman Avenue. Oakley struck the Jeep with his bike, the state patrol reported.

The accident was reported at 7 p.m.

Oakley was injured and transported to Providence Hospital in Everett for treatment. He was in stable condition Wednesday morning, according to a hospital spokesperson.

Locke was not injured and the car was not damaged.

Oakley was wearing a helmet and Locke was wearing a seatbelt.

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