Family of cyclist mark second anniversary of her death

The family of a teenager killed on her bicycle marked the second anniversary of her death by cycling from London to Brighton.

French student Marie Vesco, 19, died in a collision involving two other cars on the A23 in June 2008 as she cycled to the city with friends.

Relatives of Ms Vesco rode from Brixton to Crawley on Thursday before arriving in Brighton on Friday after laying flowers at the scene of the crash.

The family said the ride was to celebrate the installation of warning signs on the route which were added at the request of the coroner at the inquest into her death.

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6:39pm Sun 6 Jun 10

yorkie44 says...

"Death by cycling" - this is a new one. I think you mean death whilst cycling.
"Death by cycling" - this is a new one. I think you mean death whilst cycling. yorkie44

10:33am Mon 7 Jun 10

ade1200 says...

yorkie44 wrote:
"Death by cycling" - this is a new one. I think you mean death whilst cycling.
Read it again... They are marking the 2nd anniversary by cycling from London to Brighton.
[quote][p][bold]yorkie44[/bold] wrote: "Death by cycling" - this is a new one. I think you mean death whilst cycling.[/p][/quote]Read it again... They are marking the 2nd anniversary by cycling from London to Brighton. ade1200

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