Fifteen people were injured after a pedal pub a group was riding in Atlanta overturned on Saturday.
Two of the people were critically injured, the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department confirmed to USA TODAY. Three people were in serious condition, and the other 10 individuals reported minor injuries.
The incident took place at around 6:30 p.m. in Midtown Atlanta.
The pedal pub, a popular vehicle with wheels that a group can sit on and pedal through a city, “tipped over while making a turn,” the Atlanta Police Department said in a statement. No other vehicles were involved.
Police said none of the injuries appeared “life threatening.” The driver of the pedal pub was charged with DUI and a violation of a business permit.
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The Atlanta Police Department is investigating the incident.
USA TODAY was unable to reach Pedal Pub Atlanta for additional information.
Pedal Pub allows people to pedal along a route and stop at bars and restaurants in Atlanta, according to its website. Each of the bikes can hold up to 15 people. Riders are allowed to bring beer and wine on the pedal pubs, but they cannot bring liquor or take drinks off the ride.
Source: GANNETT Syndication Service