Car collided with cyclist

A MOTORIST who was in collision with a cyclist in Soham has admitted driving without due care and attention. Demba Camara was behind the wheel of a Vauxhall Omega when he came to a halt while turning right into Clay Street from the High Street, stopping in the path of the cyclist.

A MOTORIST who was in collision with a cyclist in Soham has admitted driving without due care and attention.

Demba Camara was behind the wheel of a Vauxhall Omega when he came to a halt while turning right into Clay Street from the High Street, stopping in the path of the cyclist.

“My wife said to stop, because there was a cyclist coming,” he told Ely magistrates. “I had not seen the cyclist.”

Camara, 46, of Mill Corner, Soham, also admitted that he had no licence to drive the car.

Prosecuting, Laura Mardell said the cyclist had no time to react to avoid the collision, and suffered slight bruising.

The court fined Camara total of �120, four points were endorsed on his licence, and he must pay �85 costs and a �15 surcharge.

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