Firefighters cut cyclist free from frame following taxi crash

Firefighters cut cyclist free from frame following taxi crash

Firefighters cut cyclist free from frame following taxi crash

First published in News

A cyclist had to be cut free from the frame of his bike after being hit by a taxi.

The man was cycling along Southall Avenue, Moulsecoomb, Brighton, around 8.30am this morning.

A crew from Preston Circus and paramedics were called to the scene and firefighters used cutting equipment to free the man from his bike frame.

He was then taken to hospital by ambulance.

More details to come.

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11:35am Wed 16 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

That must have been some impact.

Let's hope he survives.
That must have been some impact. Let's hope he survives. stevo!!
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5:59pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Martin999 says...

This could not have happened because cycling in Brighton is SO safe. Ask the Greens, they have the statistics to prove it.
This could not have happened because cycling in Brighton is SO safe. Ask the Greens, they have the statistics to prove it. Martin999
  • Score: 1

9:55pm Wed 16 Jul 14

graham_Seagull says...

Martin999 wrote:
This could not have happened because cycling in Brighton is SO safe. Ask the Greens, they have the statistics to prove it.
What's your point exactly?
[quote][p][bold]Martin999[/bold] wrote: This could not have happened because cycling in Brighton is SO safe. Ask the Greens, they have the statistics to prove it.[/p][/quote]What's your point exactly? graham_Seagull
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