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Cyclist injured in Morecambe

November 19, 2012, 3:10 pm

Police are appealing for information after a cyclist was injured after coming off his bike in Morecambe.

Around 7.50pm on Monday 12 November, a 53 year old man was cycling along Heysham Road in the direction of Marine Road West, near to the Battery Hotel, when he came off his bike.

The man lost consciousness and was later taken to the Royal Lancaster Infirmary where he was treated for a head injury and bruising. He was allowed home the following morning.

Unfortunately, the man has no recollection of the incident so it is unclear exactly how he came off his bike; however, police believe he may have been involved in a road traffic collision.

PC Shaun Canning said, “I would appeal to anybody who has any information about this incident to contact police.

“The cyclist was riding a racing type cycle and was wearing a safety helmet and waterproof clothing. If you think you may have seen him in the area of the Battery Hotel then please come forward.

“We cant be certain at this stage as to exactly what has happened, so if you think you may have information which could help us please get in touch.”

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