A Lynnwood Police Department officer inspects a van Monday night after its driver allegedly struck a woman riding her bike on 176th Street SW. near 60th Avenue W., in Lynnwood. (Lynnwood Police Department)

A Lynnwood Police Department officer inspects a van Monday night after its driver allegedly struck a woman riding her bike on 176th Street SW. near 60th Avenue W., in Lynnwood. (Lynnwood Police Department)

Cyclist hospitalized after van driver hits her in Lynnwood

The woman, 48, was riding on 176th Street SW., where a driver suspected of DUI struck her.

LYNNWOOD — A driver suspected of impaired driving hit a woman riding her bike Monday night.

The cyclist, 48, was on 176th Street SW. and 60th Avenue W. around 7 p.m., when a driver in a van hit her.

She was alert and spoke with emergency responders, but was taken to a hospital.

The van driver was arrested for investigation of DUI.

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