A GOOD Samaritan who stopped to help a cyclist hit by a car in Wodonga last Sunday has been urged to come forward to help police.
Sen-Constable Ben Lowcock said a dark grey Nissan Navara and the road bike were travelling east on Lawrence Street when they slowed to turn left into Melrose Drive at 3.30pm.
The cyclist, a Wodonga man, 64, told police he was stationary at the intersection when the car hit him, a statement disputed by the driver of the car, a Wodonga man, 28.
The cyclist sustained bruising and his bike was badly damaged, Sen-Constable Lowcock said.
Sen-Constable Lowcock said a man possibly driving a white Ford sedan stopped to help.
He urged the witness or anyone who saw the crash to come forward to assist with the investigation by calling the Wodonga Police Station on (02) 6049 2600.