Man dies in Queen’s Park motorbike crash
The man, in his mid-30’s, was pronounced dead at the scene
A man has died after his motorbike collided with a car in Queen’s Park last night (25).
The 54-year-old driver of the car, a Mercedes, was arrested for causing death by careless driving and is currently in hospital.
The victim, in his mid-30s, smashed into car at the junction of Salusbury Road and Brooksville Avenue, shortly after 10pm.
He was treated at the scene by London Ambulance Service paramedics but pronounced dead at the scene.
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Both roads were cordoned off last night, and a forensics tent was erected at the scene.
Cllr Mark Cummins, who lives in nearby Windermere Avenue, said speeding had been on the increase in the area, adding: “Speeding traffic, particularly motorcycles, in Salusbury road has been on the increase and needs looking into, with so many schools in the street, this is an important concern.”
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Mourners have left flowers at the crash scene.
Detective Sergeant Steve Pidgeon, of the Road Death Investigation Unit at Alperton Traffic Garage, who is leading the investigation, said: “It is vital that we find out exactly what happened in the lead up to this tragic collision, and I am appealing to anyone who saw the collision, or either vehicle beforehand, to get in touch.”
Witnesses should contact police on 02089985319