Authorities are investigating whether or not a cyclist was under the influence when it was hit by a car.
Just before 11:00 Saturday evening, emergency crews were dispatched to the intersection of North Antelope Valley Parkway and Dawes for a car versus bicycle accident.
According to Sergeant Randy Clark, the car was northbound on Antelope Valley when a bicycle, eastbound on Dawes, crossed the road in front of the car.
The cyclist was tossed from the bike into the windshield of the car before falling to the ground.
Witnesses to the accident told 10/11 News the intersection there is poorly lit at night and recalled a recent hit and run fatality accident at the same intersection involving a pedestrian, 50-year-old WIlliam Springer.
Lincoln Fire & Rescue transported the rider to Bryan LGH Medical Center West with non life threatening injuries.
Clark said the cyclist is suspected to have been under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident.