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The law for cycle helmets is 'under review' David Cameron told ITV News' Mark Austin during an interview at the Olympic Park today. His comments come after a cyclist was killed by an Olympic bus just outside the stadium. See the full interview on ITV News tonight at 6:30pm
The cyclist who died in a collision with a bus near the Olympic Park has been named locally as Dan Harris.
Chris Peck, National Cycling Charity, has spoken out against British gold medalist Bradley Wiggins saying he "did not think mandatory helmets would be useful" for cyclists.
Police are appealing for information about the fatal collision between a cyclist and an Olympic shuttle bus in east London last night.
The post-mortem examination is due to take place tomorrow. Next of kin have been informed, but formal identification awaits.
Officers ask that anyone with any information should call the Metropolitan Police's Road Death Investigation Unit on 020 8597 4874.
Alternatively, to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The national cycling charity CTC has tweeted that it is not useful to "give so much credence" to Bradley Wiggins' comments on road safety.
Edmund King, the president of the AA, and Christian Wolmar, a transport commentator, engaged in an exchange on Twitter following Bradley Wiggins' comments about making cycle helmets compulsory.
Latest ITV News reports
British cycling champion Bradley Wiggins has called for bike helmets to be made compulsory following the death of a cyclist on a London road
The driver of an official Olympic bus has been released on bail after being arrested over a cyclist who was knocked down and killed.