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The widow of the latest cyclist to be killed on London's roads has claimed that the roundabout where he died is a 'deathtrap'.
Fatima Malah today laid flowers today at the spot in Elephant and Castle where her husband lost his life.
47-year-old Abdelkhalak Lahyani died in an accident with a lorry four days ago.
And as demonstrators gathered to protest about poor safety provision for London's bike users, another cylist was injured in a crash with a van in Shoreditch. James Banks has our report:
Police have named a cyclist who died in a collision in Elephant and Castle on Tuesday as 47 year old Abdelkhalak Lahyani from Walworth in south-east London.
Cyclists are planning to stage a 'draw-in' protest at Elephant and Castle, where a cyclist was killed yesterday by a lorry. Protesters will draw chalk lines around an area they want to see segregated to help protect cyclists.
Next week's protest is being organised on Facebook:
Protesters also plan to stage a 'die-in', by laying on the ground with their bikes along the route of a segregated cycle-lane.
The driver of a HGV involved in the fatal collision with a cyclist in Elephant and Castle has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving.
An eyewitness has described the moment a cyclist collided with a lorry at Elephant and Castle junction today.
The male cyclist was pronounced dead at the scene after suffering serious injuries.
"I've seen accidents with bikes on this roundabout before but nothing like that," he added.
A cyclist has died following a fatal collision with a lorry at Elephant and Castle junction.
Police said the male victim had suffered serious injuries and died at the scene after the crash at shortly after 4pm.
The public have been warned to avoid the area as local road closures are in place.
A cyclist has been involved in a serious collision at Elephant and Castle junction.
The condition of the cyclist is currently unknown.