The family of a cyclist killed in London have said her death should be treated as a "sign" to improve conditions on the roads for other cyclists.
Venera Minakhmetova, 24, was killed after colliding with a lorry at Bow Roundabout during Wednesday morning's rush hour.
Footage has emerged of Verena speaking in September:
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