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VIDEO: Protester struck by vehicle in Niagara Square

Police say the bicyclist was taken to Erie County Medical Center with what they considered non-life-threatening injuries.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A protester on a bicycle was struck by a pickup truck in Niagara Square on Wednesday night, according to Buffalo Police.

The incident happened at 8:45 p.m.

Police say the bicyclist, 59-years-old, was taken to Erie County Medical Center where she is listed in stable condition.

2 On Your Side spoke with the executive director of GObike Buffalo, Justin Booth, and said that the person who was struck by a truck during the protest in Niagara Square is Karen Huffman. She is a a member of GObike and Slow Roll Buffalo. 

Booth says Huffman was a "legal observer" during the protests Wednesday night in Niagara Square.

Police say the driver of the vehicle is cooperating with the investigation

Buffalo Police Accident Investigation Unit and the Erie County District Attorney's Office are continuing to investigate the incident that occurred during the protest.

Another person on the scene was documenting the protest and captured the Niagara Square incident 1 hour, 21 minutes into this video:

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