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School bus, bicyclist collide in Wilmington

A 52-year-old Lowell man was airlifted to Brigham and Women’s Hospital with serious injuries after he was struck by a school bus while riding his bicycle Wednesday morning in Wilmington, officials said.

The unidentified bicyclist’s injuries were serious but not considered life-threatening, Wilmington police said.

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The driver of the bus, who was also not identified, was taken to Winchester Hospital as a precaution, police said Wednesday.

No children on the bus were injured, police said.

Wilmington police and firefighters responded to the accident at Woburn Street near Tracy Circle at about 8 a.m.

The bicyclist was treated at the scene as first responders waited for the arrival of a medical helicopter.

The children, whose ages were not confirmed, were transferred to another bus and accompanied by a police officer to their school.

The bus involved in the crash is owned by North Reading Transportation, police said.

State and Wilmington police are investigating the cause of the crash.

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