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Old August 13th 12, 05:08 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling,uk.legal
John Benn
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Default Hit & run cyclist injures elderly woman on pavement

http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/9861...hen_rode_off_/

AN 81-YEAR-OLD woman suffered facial injuries when she was knocked to the
ground by a cyclist riding along the pavement like "a bat out of Hell".

The cyclist asked Beryl Hall if she was hurt and tried to help her up, but
then rode away without apologising, she said. An ambulance was called by
passer-by Brian Brown. Mrs Hall said she was also helped by a Tesco delivery
van driver who bandaged her head. She was taken to York Hospital suffering
two black eyes, grazed knees, a sprained wrist and a cut to the head, which
needed to be glued back together.



 




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