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Daniel Cox death crash driver arrested

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Another white bike for the borough: at Dalston Junction

Victim named as Hackney cyclist Daniel Cox, 28

Update Wed 13 June 2012: The driver of a lorry under which cyclist Daniel Cox fell with fatal consequences has, more than a year later, avoided prosecution. LovingDalston can do no better than to link to the excellent Evening Standard report and good analysis by a lawyer-cyclist. Press the emboldened hyperlinks.

Police have arrested the driver of a heavy goods vehicle involved in an accident after which a 28-year-old cyclist died in hospital.

The victim, Daniel Cox, of Clapton, was in the Royal London in Whitechapel for three nights as doctors fought for his life. The HGV driver, a 51-year-old British resident, has been bailed to return in July.

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  1. Machine says:

    Hello
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    Nancy

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Poor lorry driver!

    Any decent person will feel for the driver and the horror and regret with which now lives. As do Cox’s parents.— Ed.

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