• Collision injures Burlington cyclist
    The Associated Press | June 15,2013
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    BURLINGTON — A bicyclist has been hospitalized in stable condition after running into a car in Burlington.

    Police say 53-year-old Douglas Camper, of Burlington, was riding his bike very fast down a street when he entered an intersection and didn’t stop or slow down. He struck a car driven by 58-year-old Debra Gibbs, of Burlington, and was thrown off his bike, landing on his face and hand. Gibbs was not injured.

    Authorities say Camper was not wearing a helmet.

    An investigation is continuing.
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