Witness appeal following bike and car collision at Minster roundabout

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Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision involving a car and a cyclist at the Minster roundabout.

It was reported that a cyclist and the driver of a white Ford Kuga car both left Minster Road, to travel over the Minster roundabout when the collision took place.

A man suffered injuries and was taken to a local hospital.

Officers are appealing for witnesses to the collision, which took place between 2.45pm and 3.15pm on Wednesday 12 January, to come forward.

Anyone who was driving in the area and has dashcam footage which might assist enquiries is also asked to get in contact.

Witnesses should call Kent Police on 01843 222289 quoting reference 12-1314.


    • I never head out onto that roundabout and always use those lights Peter.

      As for the Monkton one, I was hit there 3 years ago and still struggle to go near it even in a car and never again on a bike.

      I got lucky that day but my bike didnt!!

  1. That was unlucky of the cyclist! If he had waited until next Sunday the 29th, all vehicles will have to stay 1.5 meters clear when overtaking a cyclist! Don’t know how that is going work at traffic islands though, a Parkers Steel Lorry nearly got me little while ago, practically brushing my arm!

  2. Too many cyclists being knocked off their bikes lately , a woman was killed in Broadstairs only last week.
    I am a keen cyclist and always wear high viz stuff and never go out without my helmet on.
    It’s amazing how many car drivers are using their phones still , not saying that was the cause but just saying.

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