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PHOTOS: Kidman plowed over by bicycle in NYC

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Nicole Kidman is shown after being hit by a bicycle on a New York City Sidewalk (Startraksphoto.com) Nicole Kidman is shown after being hit by a bicycle on a New York City Sidewalk (Startraksphoto.com)
A bicyclist is on the ground after hitting Nicole Kidman on a New York City Sidewalk (Startraksphoto.com) A bicyclist is on the ground after hitting Nicole Kidman on a New York City Sidewalk (Startraksphoto.com)
NEW YORK (AP) - Nicole Kidman says she was shaken up after being knocked down by a bicyclist on a city sidewalk.

Kidman appeared on the red carpet Thursday night celebrating Francisco Costa's 10th anniversary as the women's creative director of the Calvin Klein Collection.

Earlier, she was outside a hotel when she was hit by a bicyclist. She was knocked to the ground, but in an interview with The Associated Press at the Calvin Klein event, she said she was ok. The Daily News and other media outlets report the cyclist was a free-lance photographer.

Kidman added: "I'm up, I'm walking around, but I was shaken."

The New York Police Department says a 19-year-old bicyclist was issued three summonses for riding a bike on the sidewalk, riding a bike with no helmet and reckless endangerment.

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