Cyclist taken to hospital after Wallasey collision

Cyclist taken to hospital after Wallasey collision

Cyclist taken to hospital after Wallasey collision

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A TEENAGE cyclist was taken to hospital after he was in collision with a car in Wallasey.

Emergency services were called to the junction of Wallasey Road and Belvidere Road at around 10.20am today, Tuesday, after reports of a collision involving a cyclist and a Renault Megane.

Paramedics and police attended and the teenage cyclist with multiple injuries.
He has been taken to hospital for treatment.

The driver of the vehicle stopped at the scene and is assisting officers with their enquiries.

Road closures are in place while officers from the force’s Matrix Serious and Organised Crime Roads Policing Unit examine the scene.

Anyone who witnessed the incident should contact the MSOC on 0151 777 5745.

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9:03am Thu 17 Apr 14

keef666 says...

Hope this young lad is ok, but why do the roads need to be closed?
Hope this young lad is ok, but why do the roads need to be closed? keef666
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10:57am Thu 17 Apr 14

Llamedos 1 says...

I passed this junction just before the accident and 3 14/16 year old were on bikes heading up Wallasey Road towards that junction. With the way they were "riding" (if indeed it was one of them) I am not surprised that this has happened. I nearly hit one of them as he just flew off the pavement and crossed the road directly in front of me. One of the other two just missed a pedestrian on the pavement. Motorists have to be insured to use the roads its about time cyclists were afforded the same privilage
I passed this junction just before the accident and 3 14/16 year old were on bikes heading up Wallasey Road towards that junction. With the way they were "riding" (if indeed it was one of them) I am not surprised that this has happened. I nearly hit one of them as he just flew off the pavement and crossed the road directly in front of me. One of the other two just missed a pedestrian on the pavement. Motorists have to be insured to use the roads its about time cyclists were afforded the same privilage Llamedos 1
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