Bicyclist injured in collision

A bicyclist was knocked off her ride Monday morning when both she and a Subaru failed to stop at the intersection of Tongass Boulevard and Gail Avenue.

The bicyclist, Rachel Trapp, 26, was taken to Bartlett Regional Hospital by fire crews and treated for non-threatening injuries.

A Juneau Police Department press release stated Trapp failed to stop for the stop sign at Gail Avenue, while the driver of the Subaru, Hannah Gore, 18, didn’t stop for the stop sign at Tongass while making a right hand turn. The Subaru knocked Trapp from her bike, and ran over the bike, totaling it, around 8:45 a.m.

Both Trapp and Gore were cited for failing to stop at a stop sign, the release states.

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