Cyclist who died in collision with bus in Cambridge is named

PUBLISHED: 15:07 14 September 2018 | UPDATED: 15:07 14 September 2018

Male cyclist dies in collision with bus in Cambridge

Male cyclist dies in collision with bus in Cambridge

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The cyclist killed in a collision with a bus in Cambridge yesterday (Thursday September 13) has been named as Steve Moir.

The cyclist killed in a collision with a bus in Cambridge yesterday (Thursday September 13) has been named as Steve Moir.

The 50-year-old, of Plantation Road, Sawston, was cycling along the busway at about 4.50pm when he was involved in a collision with a bus.

A police spokesman said: “The collision happened on the guided busway in Long Road, Cambridge, next to the Clare College playing fields.

“The cyclist, a man, suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene.

“Anyone who witnessed the collision should contact the Road Policing Unit on 101 quoting CC-13092018-0340.”

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