News Anchor Injured In Cycling Accident

For more than a century, bicycling has become one of the best ways for anyone of any age to stay fit and healthy. In addition to being an enjoyable way to travel, it provides the means to get from one place to another while only involves pedal power. Riding a bicycle is also a great way to save money and to cut down on pollution or our overall global footprint.

However, for all of the wonderful things that bicycles bring to us, even when taking every safety precaution possible, accidents can happen that can result in injuries. Such an incident happened when a well-known television anchor along with a colleague and photojournalist were both injured after being struck from behind by a motorist.

In an article appearing on the NBC local station in Miami, NBC channel 6 television anchor, Johnny Archer and photojournalist, Shane Walker were cycling along Key Biscayne when an accident occurred in the vicinity of 180 Crandon Boulevard.

Emergency crews including Key Biscayne Fire and Rescue arrived at the scene. Neither Archer nor Walker was seriously hurt. They were treated at the scene of the accident and did not need to go to the hospital.

Authorities and media report that the driver, whose name has not been released, stayed at the scene of the accident until they were released by police.

So far no charges have been filed against the driver.