GREEN BAY - Green Bay's mayor was recently involved in a crash with a bicyclist.
The incident happened May 30 at 9 a.m. as Mayor Jim Schmitt was driving away from City Hall.
The report says the mayor was leaving an alley to turn onto East Walnut Street.
At the same time, a 23-year-old man on a bike was riding on the sidewalk on Walnut against traffic.
The mayor told police he was stopped, waiting to turn into the street.
That's when he says the bicyclist ran into the side of his car.
The man on the bike, however, said the mayor rolled forward, and hit him.
Both the mayor's car and the man's bike had minor damage.
No injuries were reported at the scene, but the bicyclist later told police he had pain in his wrist, foot and ankle.
Although no one received a citation, the police report says the bicyclist violated bicycle laws.
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