Motorcyclist dies after fatal West Kensington collision

06:14 05 March 2013

A motorcyclist has died after a collision with a car in West Kensington last night.

The 26-year-old rider suffered multiple injuries as a result of the incident, involving an Audi A3, in North End Road at around 9.40pm

He was taken by ambulance to St Mary’s Hospital but died shortly after arrival. The Audi A3 stopped at the scene.

His next of kin have been told but police are waiting on formal identification. A post-mortem will be scheduled in due course.

Any witnesses are asked to contact 020 8941 9011.

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