BOULDER, Colo. — The Boulder Police Department is searching for the driver who struck a woman who was cycling with her toddler in south Boulder.
The woman was riding an e-bike with her child on the back around 3:45 p.m. on August 3. The two were heading northbound on Lehigh Street.
According to Boulder police, the two were preparing to turn left onto Cragmoor Road when the vehicle passed on the right and clipped the bike's rear tire, causing the bike to fall over.
The woman suffered minor injuries that required stitches, Boulder PD said. Her 3-year-old was not injured.
The driver did not stop after the crash. The vehicle is believed to be a Subaru Outback, possibly silver, gold or champagne-colored. It has rear tinted windows and a roof rack, the department said.
Boulder PD obtained video of the vehicle before the crash.
Boulder Police Searching for Vehicle That Struck Cyclist with a Child; Mom Suffered Minor Injuries, Child Uninjured— Boulder Police Dept. (@boulderpolice) August 16, 2023
Traffic officers are asking for the public’s help investigating a crash where a vehicle clipped a mom and child on a bicycle.
Around 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday,… pic.twitter.com/oLA4BKDq35
Anyone with information about the driver or vehicle is asked to contact Accident Report Specialist Frank Leyhe at 720-305-7554 or LeyheF@bouldercolorado.gov.