A cyclist came off worse in a collision with a pedestrian in the Wellington CBD this evening.
The rider was knocked out after he struck a pedestrian and came off his bike near Z Harbour City petrol station on the corner of Whitmore Street and Customhouse Quay about 5.30pm, a central district police communications spokesman said.
A St John ambulance spokesman said two people were taken to Wellington Hospital, one with minor injuries and one with moderate injuries.
The cyclist was wearing a helmet at the time of the collision, police said.
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