A cyclist has died after colliding with a lorry in North London.
The man, in his 60s, is the sixth cyclist to be killed this year on London's roads.
Emergency crews - including the air ambulance - were called to Archway Road just before 10 this morning, but were unable to save him.
Ruth Banks reports.
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