A bicyclist was doored then run over by a CTA bus on Friday suffering "many broken bones." According to a relative of the man, Ali Musur, the cyclist is expected to survive his injuries. The driver who opened his car door into the bicyclist's path allegedly fled the scene in a white convertible.
The incident took place at about 3:20 p.m.near the intersection of Clark and Arlington in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. According to Mr. Musur, the bicyclist was riding in a bike lane when the door opened in front of him, causing the crash. The impact threw him into the path of the northbound No. 36 Broadway CTA bus which ran him over. The driver of the offending car left the scene apparently not knowing whether his victim was alive or dead.
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The story was reported by CBS News.