Police appeal over Ramsgate Road car and cyclist collision

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a schoolboy suffered a foot injury in a crash with a car in Margate.

The secondary school student had been cycling down Ramsgate Road with a friend when he was involved with the collision, The car was travelling towards Margate at the time of the incident which took place at around 7.10pm on 12 March.

The boy attended a hospital for treatment.

Officers would like to speak to the driver of the car, described as a yellow Mini Cooper with a black roof and white stripes, and anyone else who saw the collision is also asked to call Kent Police on 01843 222289 quoting 46/49852/19.

Alternatively, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers in Kent anonymously on 0800 555111


  1. Another incident of a child suffering an injury on the Ramsgate road. I hope KCC are keeping count. These of course are only the accidents that are recorded, there are many more that go unreported.
    It’s all good and well having safety campaigns as presently but alterations need incorporating into the busy fast road to make it safer for all users as well, which KCC know about but are failing to do.

  2. Barry, the accident area was, I believe, in the 30mph area! I see as always, the car driver is being held to blame with no witnesses to verify this. The driver, however , was completely in the wrong for not stopping and if found will quite correctly be dealt with that for offence.

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