The mother of young woman killed using one of the Mayor's cycle superhighways has called for more to be done to keep cyclists safe. Twenty-year-old Philippine De Gerin-Ricar died after colliding with a lorry outside Aldgate East tube station in July.
She was the first person to be killed using the cycle hire scheme in the city. Speaking at her inquest today - which is the 2nd this week relating to cyclists' deaths - her family were shown CCTV of the moment she was killed. Luke Hanrahan reports.
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