Witness appeal after cyclist nearly hit by lorry in Alperton crash
Two people in a Fiat coupe fled the North Circular Road smash on foot
Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash in Alperton where a cyclist narrowly avoided being hit by a lorry to come forward.
A Fiat Coupe was in a collision with the cyclist on the old North Circular Road between the Mercedes Garage and the Travelodge on February 23 at around 11.15am.
The crash resulted in the cyclist being thrown over a barrier into a lane on the North Circular Road where he had a near miss with the heavy goods vehicle.
The two people in the Fiat fled the scene of the crash on foot leaving the car behind,
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Anyone who witnessed the crash or witnessed events before or after should call the Road Death Investigation Unit on 0208 998 5319.
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