Australia Perth cyclist allegedly mowed down by driver in 4WD after fight at Girrawheen shopping centre
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Police have charged a 49-year-old man after he allegedly used his four-wheel drive to deliberately run over a cyclist in Perth's northern suburbs.
It is alleged Jason Peter William Reah got into a fight with the 18-year-old Noranda man who was with friends at a shopping centre in Girrawheen, on Marangaroo Drive and Templeton Avenue, about 7:30pm last night.
Police said Mr Reah then began to drive his vehicle towards the younger man, prompting him to ride through the car park on a bicycle to try to escape.
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When the cyclist reached the end of the car park and mounted a curb onto a verge, Mr Reah allegedly continued towards him.
It is then alleged the Girrawheen man drove his four-wheel drive at speed directly into the back of the victim's bicycle, before driving over the top of him and coming to a stop on the side of the verge.
Police said Mr Reah did not provide any assistance to the cyclist, who was left lying on the ground behind the vehicle with life-threatening injuries.
He was taken to Royal Perth Hospital, where he remains in a serious condition.
Mr Reah was arrested by police a short time after the incident and has been charged with a number of offences, including dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm and failing to stop and offer assistance.
He is due to face the Perth Magistrates Court today.
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