Another cyclist has been struck on the streets of Montreal.
Police say a 33-year-old woman was hit at the corner of De Maisonneuve and St. Urbain by a truck.
The truck was travelling southbound on St. Urbain when it tried to make a right turn and collided with the cyclist.
She's in hospital in stable condition.
Police say the woman was on the St. Urbain bike path at the time.
Passerby Michael Colella arrived after the accident happened.
"She was down on her back. She had a helmet on, and she was lying back with her head kind of on the curb and they were kind of supporting her, supporting her weight a little bit and checking vital signs," Collela told reporters.
The intersection was closed off for a few hours as police and accident reconstruction specialists investigated the scene. They looked over the woman's bicycle before taking it away; it was mangled, one of the wheels twisted out of shape.
The truck involved in the accident was parked on de Maisonneuve. It was a large crane truck, similar to the one that struck and killed a female cyclist at an underpass in the Rosemont-La Petite Patrie borough almost two weeks ago.
Cyclist François Allard said he rides through the area near Place des Arts and UQUAM often.
"As you can see there's a bike lane on St. Urbain and another right here on de Maisonneuve, so maybe the signs and lights are not good enough to avoid this disaster," Allard said.
Allard said he has been cycling in the city for the past three years and is worried in the wake of this latest accident.
"I think some car users thnk that the road only belongs to them but as a cyclist, we have the same right to use that road as them, so maybe the solution is more bike lanes everywhere or more awareness programs," Allard said.
The truck driver was treated for shock.