5 cyclists injured in hit-skip on St. Clair Avenue in Cleveland, driver arrested for OVI

Posted at 9:36 AM, Jun 03, 2017

Five cyclists were injured in a hit-skip on Cleveland's east side overnight. 

According to Cleveland police, it happened in the area of Glenville High School around 2:30 a.m.

Five people — ages 45, 42, 24, 24 and 17 — were riding bicycles in the westbound curb lane of St. Clair Avenue when 27-year-old Rondell Dungy, in a 2011 Chevrolet Impala, allegedly hit the cyclists near East 108th Street.

The cyclists were ejected onto the road.

Then, an unknown woman driving a 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt, struck the 42-year-old cyclist who was in the road.The Cobalt and the Impala also collided.

The driver of the Cobalt fled the scene. 

Dungy was arrested on charges of aggravated vehicular assault and OVI. 

All five victims were taken to University Hospitals. Three of the patients were in critical condition.