CLEVELAND - A bus struck a man riding a bicycle on Broadway Avenue near East 34th Street in Cleveland just after midnight Thursday morning.
According to Cleveland EMS, the man was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center with minor injuries.
The driver's side windshield of the bus was shattered, but the people on board including the driver were not injured.
The Cleveland Police Department Accident Investigation Unit spent a few hours reconstructing the crash.
NewsChannel5 saw the RTA bus on the wrong side of the road, but it is unknown if the bus was actually traveling on the wrong side of the road or swerved to avoid the crash.
Passengers on the bus were able to board another bus and continue to their destination.
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