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Police: Napa cyclist hit by pickup, seriously injured

Police: Napa cyclist hit by pickup, seriously injured

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A 47-year-old Napa man was critically injured Saturday after a traffic collision that shut down a Trancas Street intersection for seven hours, according to Napa Police.

Brian Greggi was taken to Queen of the Valley Medical Center after a pickup struck his bicycle at Old Soscol Way and Trancas Street. He remained at the hospital Monday in critical condition, police said in a statement. 

The crash occurred at about 5:51 p.m., police Capt. Jeff Troendly reported.

Greggi was cycling north on Old Soscol Way when he entered the Trancas Street intersection at the same time Thomas Engleman, an 80-year-old Napa County resident, was driving a 2004 GMC Canyon pickup west on Trancas in the right-hand lane, according to police. The vehicles collided and Greggi was thrown from his bike.

Bystanders performed CPR on Greggi before his transport to the Queen, police reported.

Police shut down the Old Soscol-Trancas crossing at about 9:26 p.m., according to the department.

The cause of the collision remains under investigation. Any witnesses are asked to call Officer Tom Helfrich at 707-257-9223.

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