What happened to bicyclists in Show Low, Arizona?

AT LEAST six people are critically injured after being run over by a truck in Show Low, Arizona officials said.

The incident happened during the city's Bike the Bluff road race on Saturday, June 19.

What happened to bicyclists in Show Low, Arizona?

A black Ford truck had hit multiple bicyclists in front of the Horne Auto Collision Center, police said.

Fox 10 reports that paramedics rushed six people to the hospital, and four are in critical condition.

The truck driver reportedly fled the scene of the smash before being chased down by police. The motorist was then shot behind an ACE Hardware in the city, in the area near 3rd Drive and Oliver.

Former Arizona news anchor Kari Lake, who is running to be Arizona's next governor in 2022, tweeted: "Getting word that a dozen or more bicyclist have been hit by a vehicle in Show Low.

"Numerous casualties. Many of the cyclist being flown to Phoenix right now.

No fatalities have been reported.

What did Kari Lake tweet?

Earlier on June 19, former Arizona news anchor Kari Lake, who is running to be Arizona's next governor in 2022, tweeted: "Getting word that a dozen or more bicyclist have been hit by a vehicle in Show Low. Numerous casualties. Many of the cyclist being flown to Phoenix right now."

One local later shared updated information stating: "There is a lot of misinformation spreading through the community regarding the incident this morning in Show Low.

"I just received a report from Show Low Police Department stating that at 7:25 this morning a driver of an F-350 Super Duty pickup drove into a large group of cyclists in the 1500 block of the Deuce of Clubs.

"At present, there are four victims in critical condition, two victims in critical but stable condition, and two walk-in injuries reported at Summit Healthcare's emergency department.

"The driver of the vehicle is in critical condition. As of 10am, there are no fatalities reported."

Who is the suspect?

The suspect has only been identified as a 35-year-old white man.

He is believed to be in critical, but stable condition .

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