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Did you witness Mathieu Trudel’s cycling accident on Rideau Street, October 30th ? If so, please contact Ottawa Police.

Ottawa Cycling Accident

Listen up Ottawa… Do you have any information that could help this family ?

36-year-old cyclist  Mathieu Trudel was involved in a very serious cycling accident on October 30 that resulted in him being in the hospital with a very serious brain injury.

Mathieu is a visual and graphic artist and was on his way to work, riding his bicycle in the eastbound lane of Rideau Street, close to the Cummings Bridge. The accident occurred at approximately  8:40 a.m.

We do know that Mathieu  crashed and injured his right side, fractured  his cheekbone, suffered  a closed head injury and was found unconscious. Thankfully he was wearing a helmet. This helmet may have saved his life. The rest of the details surrounding his accident  are unknown.  This is where hopefully someone can help.

Mathieu’s family is asking for the help of the Ottawa community.  If you witnessed this accident or have any information that can help determine what happened, please contact authorities. Mathieu is currently recovering at  Ottawa Hospital’s Civic Campus and any information brought forward may help trigger his memory and help determine what happened in the accident.

How to contact Ottawa Police

If you have any information that can help , please  contact  Mathieu’s family at 613-837-2641 or call the Ottawa Police and ask for Const. Ryan Lorette at 613-236-1222 ext. 6954. Any information you may have could be valuable. If you can help, please do.

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