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Cyclist 'critical but stable' after collision with a car in Trumpington

By Adrian Curtis

London Police Car inscription detail on the doors
London Police Car inscription detail on the doors

Police are appealing for the driver of a white van, who stopped to help, to come forward

A man is in a critical condition with a serious head injury after a collision in Trumpington High Street on the night of December 12.

At about 10.30pm a Ford Focus was involved in a collision with a cyclist. Representatives from the Ambulance Service attended the scene and the cyclist, a man in his 40s, was taken to hospital with serious injuries. His condition is described critical but stable.

Officers investigating the incident are appealing for witnesses. They are particularly keen to speak to the driver of a white van who stopped at the scene to help the cyclist.

No arrests have been made and Sergeant Simon Goldsmith said: “This was a serious collision and it’s important we gain a better understanding of what happened.

We’re appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision to get in touch as a matter of urgency.”

Anyone with information regarding this collision should call police on 101 and ask to speak to a member of the Roads Policing Unit quoting CC-12122017-0502. Alternatively visit www.cambs.police.uk/report.


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