DALLAS, TX (09/10/2015) — A bicyclist accident seriously injured a 26-year-old woman on Thursday night.
According to Dallas police, a 26-year-old female bicyclist was severely injured after she was struck by car at the intersection of the Sante Fe Trail and South Munger Boulevard in Dallas, Texas on Thursday night.
Police state that the wreck occurred at around 7:30 p.m. when 24-year-old John Cullins ran the red light at the trail crossing and struck the female cyclist with his 1995 Toyota Camry.
The woman was transported to Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas in serious, but stable condition.
According to witness Philip Haigh, Cullins did not brake for the light and kept going; Cullins didn’t stop until after he hit the cyclist.
Cullins—who was believed to be high on drugs at the time of the accident—was arrested and charged with intoxication assault with a vehicle causing severe bodily injury. His 25-year-old male passenger was also arrested and charged with public intoxication.
Cullins is currently being held in the Dallas County jail on $50,000 bond.