IPCC to begin investigation into cyclists deaths

The IPCC will start their investigation into the deaths of two cyclists who died last week in Purley-on-Thames, Berkshire.

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Man charged with deaths of cyclists to appear in court

A motorist from Berkshire will appear in court charged with causing the deaths of two cyclists who were struck by a car in Purley-on-Thames on Thursday.

Alexander Farrar Walters, who is 31-years-old, faces two counts of causing death by dangerous driving.

He will appear at Reading Crown Court later.

The two cyclists who were killed have been named as father-of-two John Morland and Kris Jarvis who was 39-years-old.

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