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Police are appealing for witnesses after two cyclists were killed in an apparent hit and run incident in Hanham, Bristol.
"A 38-year-old man who left the scene of the collision has handed himself in at a police station and has been arrested on suspicion of death by dangerous driving," police said.
Witnesses in the Bristol area are asked to call 101 with any information.
A 38-year-old man has been arrested after handing himself in to police following a hit and run in which two cyclists were killed, Avon and Somerset police said.
A woman who lives on Bristol's lower Hanham Road, where the scene of today's fatal collision took place, compared the road to a racetrack.
"It is a bit of a racetrack down here and there have been several accidents over the years," Margaret Leonard, 62, told thisisBristol. "This is a real tragedy and it has shocked the whole village."
Another resident, who would only give his name as James, said: "It is a busy road and something should be done to slow people down."
The man and woman killed this afternoon in what is believed to be a hit-and-run incident in Hanham, Bristol, were a couple on a new tandem bicycle, according to This is Bristol.
The driver of a car that hit and killed two cyclists in Hanham, Bristol, left the scene.
Police know who they are looking for.
Police in Bristol have confirmed that two people have been killed in a hit-and-run incident in the village of Hanham, in the east of the city, this afternoon.
A car is believed to have hit two cyclists - a man and a woman - who died from their injuries. The car reportedly left the scene.
Two people have been killed after a car hit two cyclists in Hanham, Bristol.
Police are now searching for the driver who left the scene.
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Police said a car struck and killed the cyclists - a man and a woman - before the driver fled the scene of the crash in Bristol.