Calls for more protection after cyclist death

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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'Graphic CCTV' of cyclist death

The inquest into the death of 20-year-old Philippine De Gerin-Ricard is underway, the first cyclist killed on a so-called 'Boris Bike'. She was struck by a lorry on Whitechapel High Street.