Man due in court after deaths of two cyclists in Berkshire

A man is due in court charged with causing the deaths of two cyclists in Berkshire.

Man due in court after deaths of two cyclists

A man is due in court charged with causing the deaths of two cyclists in Berkshire.

John Morland, who was 30-years-old, and 39-year-old Kris Jarvis were cycling along the A329 in Purley-on-Thames when they collided with a car.

Alexander Walter was arrested following their deaths.

He faces two charges of causing death by dangerous driving after his black BMW went out of control at speed on a corner.

Mr Jarvis and Mr Morland had been out on one of their regular training rides at the time they were killed on the evening of February 13th this year.