Cyclist in hospital after crash with DPD van on Hull…

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Cyclist in hospital after crash with DPD van on Hull…

Cyclist in hospital after crash with DPD van on Hull roundabout
2021-09-28 12:22:00
A cyclist was taken to hospital for treatment yesterday after a collision with a delivery van on a north Hull mini-roundabout. Humberside Police were called to the scene of the road traffic collision (RTC) at around 5.10pm on Monday, September 27. For the latest traffic and travel news, click here. Onlookers said the cyclist had been in the RTC involving a van with DPD branding at the junction of Endike Lane and Cranbrook Avenue. The road remained partially closed for an hour and a half while the casualty received treatment at the scene before being whisked away in an ambulance. Get the latest breaking news in Hull and East Yorkshire by signing up for updates here. An ambulance in Endike Lane after a cyclist was knocked off his bike (Image: Gregory Ford) The van and the cyclist remained in the middle of the roundabout after the collision and there were some delays for traffic as stretches of Endike Lane and Cranbrook avenue were closed to motorists. Officers from Humberside Police conducted two-way traffic management at the scene as Cranbrook Avenue was closed to 21st Avenue and Endike Lane was closed in the direction of Beverley Road. Police have today confirmed that the cyclist thankfully only suffered minor injuries in the incident. The man received treatment from the paramedic crews while he was on the ground and they looked to be limiting his movement with head supports. He was covered in thermal blankets as the teams waited for the ambulance to arrive. A local woman who cycles regularly in the area said: “They’re at it all the time drivers on this road, they don’t even go around the roundabout. It’s getting worse and worse” The cyclist remained on the ground for over an hour as he received treatment from a fast response pandemic crew before an ambulance finally took the casualty away at 6.30pm. A Humberside Police spokesperson said: “We were called to a collision between a bike and van at the Inglemire Lane and Cranbrook Avenue

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