Cyclist Seriously Injured on Upper Richmond Road

Man hit by lorry near junction with Queen's Ride

The junction of Upper Richmond Road and Queen's Ride. Picture: Google Streetview

May 13, 2022

The police have closed the Upper Richmond Road in Roehampton following a collision in which a male cyclist was seriously injured this Friday afternoon (13 May).

The victim is understood to have injured his leg after being hit by a lorry near the junction with Queens Ride.

Police say they were called at approximately 2.15pm and the man, believed to be in his forties was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital.

The Upper Richmond Road is currently closed from the junction with Rocks Lane to Gypsy Lane.

A crime scene is in place and officers from Roads Traffic will be investigating.

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