Southampton cyclist hurt in hit-and-run crash

Cyclist in hit-and-run crash

Cyclist in hit-and-run crash

First published in News

A CYCLIST has been thrown from his bike in a hit and run incident.

The 24-year-old, from Southampton, was travelling along Allington Lane, between Fair Oak and West End, when the collision with a black car happened.

Both were heading towards Fair Oak when the car overtook the cyclist and hit the offside handlebar, causing the rider to fall off.

The car did not stop.

The man was taken to Southampton General Hospital by ambulance with back and neck pain.

Anyone who saw the incident, at the junction with Quob Lane at about 9.20am on Saturday, can call police on 101.

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11:40am Tue 29 Jul 14

camerajuan says...

Yet another example of the brilliant drivers and the nazi cyclists in this city……..no wait - it's exactly the opposite!

Utter scumbag. Hope he gets caught and the cyclist wasn't badly injured.
Yet another example of the brilliant drivers and the nazi cyclists in this city……..no wait - it's exactly the opposite! Utter scumbag. Hope he gets caught and the cyclist wasn't badly injured. camerajuan
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4:55pm Tue 29 Jul 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

camerajuan wrote:
Yet another example of the brilliant drivers and the nazi cyclists in this city……..no wait - it's exactly the opposite!

Utter scumbag. Hope he gets caught and the cyclist wasn't badly injured.
And people wonder why I use a camera while cycling.
Clearly the car was FAR too close though.
[quote][p][bold]camerajuan[/bold] wrote: Yet another example of the brilliant drivers and the nazi cyclists in this city……..no wait - it's exactly the opposite! Utter scumbag. Hope he gets caught and the cyclist wasn't badly injured.[/p][/quote]And people wonder why I use a camera while cycling. Clearly the car was FAR too close though. Ginger_cyclist
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