A street in Dorchester was reopened to traffic after a crash involving a bicyclist and two other vehicles left the bike rider with life-threatening injuries, according to police.
The Boston Police Department said the incident happened in the area of 1224 Dorchester Ave. around 9:40 a.m. and involved a woman on a bike being hit by a school bus.
According to police, a nearby white car was also involved in the incident.
A spokesman for Boston Public Schools said the car involved allegedly had a door open, leading to the cyclist hitting it and then colliding with the bus, which had no students onboard at the time.
Authorities said both drivers remained at the scene of the crash and cooperated with police before eventually being able to leave.
No other details on the condition of the biker rider have been released.
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