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Witnesses describe hearing a "large scream" as the cyclist collided with the HGV in Camden yesterday.
These pictures show the scene in north London shortly after the collision. The cyclist is still in a critical condition in hospital.
A young cyclist remains in a serious, but stable condition in hospital this morning after a collision with a lorry in Camden yesterday afternoon.
One person has been arrested and police are appealing for witnesses and information.
The collision happened just before 4pm yesterday and the woman, in her 20s was taken to hospital immediately.
Detective Sergeant Steve Pidgeon said
Police have arrested a man following a collision involving a cyclist in Camden this afternoon.
The woman's injuries are no longer thought to be life threatening.
According to reports the cyclist was conscious as paramedics took her into an ambulance.
Another eye-witness told the Camden New Journal:
“It was a woman on the bike: she was going along the High Street and the truck just turned into her as they went into Delancey Street.
We saw her go under it and then scream. People quickly rushed to help and the first ambulance was here within three minutes.”
Police have confirmed that a female cyclist in her 20s is in a critical condition after a collision with an HGV at around 4pm today.
The incident happened on the corner of Delancey Street and Camden High Street. The male driver stopped at the scene and no arrests have been made so far.
There are reports that the Air Ambulance is attending to a female cyclist who has been in a collision with a vehicle on Delancey Street in Camden.