Cyclist dies after crash at Bank junction


A female cyclist has died in a crash with a tipper truck in London.

BBC News reports that the collision happened just before 09:00 BST and the woman, 26, was pronounced dead at the scene.

City of London Police shut the Bank junction for four hours and said the cyclist's next of kin were being told.

She is the eighth cyclist to die on London's roads this year. Transport for London (TfL) said every death was 'one too many' and it was 'committed to making all roads safer for everyone'.

Leon Daniels, from TfL, said the organisation's 'deepest sympathies go out to the family and friends" of the cyclist who "tragically lost her life'.

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