Cyclist killed in Camden Road crash

17:38 05 April 2011

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A CYCLIST died today after her bike was in collision with a lorry at a notoriously dangerous Camden Town crossroads.

The woman, who is believed to be aged just 20 but has yet to be formally identified, was knocked off her bike at the junction of Camden Road and St Pancras Way at 3.20pm.

Paramedics rushed to the scene and cordoned off the road but she was pronounced dead shortly before 4pm.

The driver of the lorry was arrested at the scene and is still in police custody.

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