Damaged bike in the McDonald's parking lot.

Riziero Vertolli, Milton Canadian Champion
Halton police cordoned off the scene where a cyclist was struck by a vehicle in an Oakville McDonald’s drive-thru on Wednesday.

A cyclist was struck and seriously injured by a car at an Oakville McDonald’s drive-thru.

Halton police say the cyclist, in his 50s, was struck at about 6:50 p.m. Wednesday at a McDonald’s located on the Upper Middle and Third Line intersection in Oakville.

“The vehicle who struck the cyclist mounted the curb, pinning him against the building,” said Acting Sgt. Mike Burton. “The cyclist was in the process of paying for an order at the drive-thru window.”

Burton confirmed that peculiarity of the incident.

“I would be comfortable saying it’s uncommon.”

According to a Halton police press release, the man “suffered a serious limb injury” and was transported to hospital.

Burton said the collision reconstruction unit were attending the scene, and would be reviewing footage from the restaurant.

Source: The Hamilton Spectator