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The family of a cyclist killed by a lorry in Notting Hill says they are devastated that the European Commission has rejected their proposals for new road safety measures.
Eilidh Cairn's family want to make it compulsory for HGVs to have blind-spot cameras and sensors.
Phil Bayles reports.
Kate Cairns, the sister of Eilidh Cairns who died on her bicycle after being hit by a lorry, gave her response to a European Commission report on improving cycling safety. She has campaigned for lorries to be fitted with cameras and sensors that warn the driver when cyclists are nearby.
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The family of a London cyclist who was killed in 2009 have seen their scheme to improve safety halted by the European Commission.