A cyclist was fatally struck by a pickup truck Friday morning near the Museum of Science in Boston, officials said.
State Police said the cyclist, an adult male, was hit around 8:15 a.m. on Monsignor O’Brien Highway near the museum and later pronounced dead. Troopers had initially said the victim was a pedestrian but then confirmed he was riding a bicycle at the time of the crash.
“That victim, an adult male, has since been pronounced deceased,” State Police tweeted. “Lane restrictions remain in place on O’Brien Hwy for investigation.”
Further information wasn’t immediately available. The victim wasn’t named.
This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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