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    A Dunedin man hit by a car as he rode his bike - accompanied by four huskies - says reckless drivers need to face stiffer sanctions

    A Dunedin man hit by a car as he rode his bike - accompanied by four huskies - says reckless drivers need to face stiffer sanctions


    Otago Daily Times reports Larry Nichvolodov was cycling in central Dunedin last month when he was hit.

    He is surprised a police report found no fault with the driver.

    Nichvolodov had four of his seven huskies with him, and a bright flashing light on the front of his bicycle.

    The car missed his dogs, but he's raised concerns over the collision, which he puts down to driver inattention.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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