Police Issue Warning To Cyclists, Pedestrians

Crash scene at Highbury Ave. after cyclist hit by transport. Photo courtesy of London Police Service on Twitter.

Police are issuing a warning to cyclists and pedestrians, stating none of the drivers involved in three serious crashes in the span of a month are at fault.

A 47-year-old cyclists remains in critical condition after she hit a transport truck on Highbury Ave.

Just two days earlier, a 20-year-old skateboarded hit a moving transport truck at Dundas St. and Adelaide St.  He was rushed to hospital in critical condition but now is listed as being in fair condition.

On June 13, an 18-year-old man died after a crash involving a bike and car on Wellington Rd. and Bradley Ave.

Officers are warning everyone that safety on London’s roads is a shared responsibility.