Officials need help identifying ICU patient struck by car while riding bike along the PCH

Officials sought the public's help Friday identifying a bicyclist who was struck by a car along the Pacific Coast Highway on Tuesday morning.

The unidentified male was struck around 8 a.m. on Jan. 12 near the Island Avenue crossroad in Wilmington. He was riding a black and red bicycle at the time of the crash.

He currently is in an unknown condition in the intensive care unit. Hospital staff said they were unable to provide additional details.

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The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services said the patient had no documentation or evidence of his identity on him.

Medical staff believes the man is approximately 30 years old. He has black hair, brown eyes, stands 5-feet-5-inches tall and weighs 156 pounds. He has a thin mustache and no visible tattoos.

Anyone with information that may help identify the bicyclist is asked to contact the hospital at 424-306-6310.

FOX 11 has reached out to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department requesting the police report for additional information about the crash and is waiting to hear back.