A car collides into cyclists participating in a race in Mexico's northern border city of Matamoros on Sunday.
MONTERREY, Mexico - A car has plowed into a bike race along a highway near the US-Mexico border, killing one and injuring 10 others.
Police investigator Jose Alfredo Rodriguez says the 28-year-old driver was apparently drunk and fell asleep when he crashed into the race.
A photograph taken by a city official shows bicyclists and equipment being hurled high in to the air by the collision.
A car collides into cyclists participating in a race in Mexico's northern border city of Matamoros on Sunday. At least one person was killed and 14 injured when a driver slammed into a bicycle race.
Rodriguez says Juan Campos was charged with killing Alejandro Alvarez, 37, of Monterrey.
Authorities say the wreck happened 15 minutes into the race along a highway between Playa Bagdad and Matamoros.
Campos says he is an American citizen living in Brownsville, Texas. U.S. consulate spokesman Todd Huizinga said officials were looking into whether Americans were involved.
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