WESTBORO (CBS) — A woman has been cited for hitting a cyclist while driving in Westboro on July 5.

Police announced Tuesday that they issued a citation to Anwesa Sengupta, 46, of South Grafton, for negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stay in the marked lanes.

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A bicyclist was injured after being hit by a car in Westboro. (Image Credit: Louisa Moller/WBZ-TV)

According to police, Sengupta was traveling west on West Main Street but crossed the yellow lines and struck a woman riding her bike on the other side. She then failed to stop immediately and traveled about an eighth of a mile with the bicyclist on her car before pulling over.

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Investigators said there were no mechanical defects with the car.

Windshield damage on a car in Westboro that struck a bicyclist (Photo Courtesy of Kelli Silva)

The crash left bicyclist 48-year-old Mary Beth Maloney, of Westboro, with serious injuries. Maloney is still recovering in a Worcester hospital.

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Sengupta will be arraigned in Westboro District Court at a later date.