An unidentified woman riding a Citi Bike was struck by the driver of a ten-wheel truck on 7th Avenue near the corner of 30th Street on Monday morning.

FDNY responded to the intersection at 11:34 a.m., according to a spokeswoman. The victim was transported to Bellevue Hospital with body trauma. The truck driver remained at the scene.

A spokeswoman for the NYPD said the victim is female, and that she was pinned under the vehicle. She is not in critical condition, according to the department. The investigation is ongoing and no charges have been filed.

The driver and victim yelled at one another after the crash, witnesses told DNAInfo.

"You came out of nowhere! You were in my blind spot," the driver shouted, according to Lydia Diaz, 54, who was behind the truck at the moment of impact.

The cyclist shouted, "You hit me, you hit me," Diaz said, adding that the woman's leg looked like "something that came out of a zombie movie."

A witness told the outlet that cyclist and driver were traveling east on West 30th Street and stopped at the red light at 7th Avenue. The driver allegedly turned right when the light turned green, striking the cyclist.

"I was taking an order on the phone when I heard a girl screaming and I turned around," said a worker at Bravo Pizza.

"She was screaming at the top of her lungs. People ran out of my store to help her, pulling her out from under the truck. [They] saved her life. If he'd moved a little more, he'd have killed her," he added.

TKO Transport LLC in Saddle Brook, NJ did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The company is small, with only two drivers, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. It has not been involved in any crashes in the last two years—the extent of available data.

A mangled Citi Bike lay in the Midtown crosswalk in photographs taken by Patch. The photos also show blood near the front passenger wheels of the truck. The victim's helmet was also on the ground, according to the outlet.

The crash took place five blocks away from the West 26th Street block where 36-year-old Dan Hanegby was struck and killed by a commercial bus driver in June. Hanegby was the first person to be killed while riding a Citi Bike since the program launched in May 2013.

Six pedestrians have been injured at the intersection of West 30th Street and 7th Avenue since 2009, according to the city's Vision Zero map, which was last updated in July. One cyclist has been injured, and two motorists.

"On Monday morning, a rider on a Citi Bike was involved in a serious crash," a Citi Bike spokesperson stated. "Together with the City of New York, we wish her a full recovery. The safety of our riders continues to be our top priority, and we will keep working with the City of New York on its street safety efforts."

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Additional reporting by Aidan Gardiner.