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Update: Man who forgot identity in bike crash is identified in Cape Coral

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Posted at 5:44 PM, Dec 11, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-12 11:32:07-05

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — UPDATE (12/12) -- Police say they have learned the identity of a man seriously injured in a bicycle crash Wednesday in Cape Coral.

They say a member of the public was able to provide the man's identity as 74-year-old Gary Eymann of North Fort Myers.

Eymann suffered life-threatening injuries in the crash, and remains at Lee Memorial Hospital.

Investigators say the bicycle's chain became dislodged and hit Eymann's leg. When he hit the brakes, Eymann tumbled over the handlebars onto the roadway. No motor vehicles were involved in the crash.
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Cape Coral Police need the public to help to identify a man who does not know who he is.

The man was involved in a crash while riding a silver bicycle riding southbound on De Navarra Parkway, away from Del Prado Boulevard.

Cape Police said the man's name is Gary, but his last name is unknown. Gary is white and approximately 70 years old. He is wearing a red shirt, blue basketball shorts, brown Nike shoes, and finger less cycling gloves.

Cape Coral Police ask that if you have any information about the man to please call the department at (239)574-3223).