Morecambe Police seek witnesses after cycling accident

Police in Morecambe are appealing for information after a cyclist was injured after falling off his bike on Heysham Road. 

Its believed the 53-year-old came off his bike at around 7:50pm on the 12th November when he was cycling along the Heysham Road, heading for Marine Road West. 

The cyclists lost consciousness and was taken to the Royal Lancaster Infirmary where he was treated for a head injury and bruising. He was discharged the next day and allowed to go home. 

 Police in Morecambe are appealing for information after a cyclist was injured after falling off his bike on Heysham Road. 

Its believed the 53-year-old came off his bike at around 7:50pm on the 12th November when he was cycling along the Heysham Road, heading for Marine Road West. 

The cyclists lost consciousness and was taken to the Royal Lancaster Infirmary where he was treated for a head injury and bruising. He was discharged the next day and allowed to go home.

The rider has no recollection of how the accident happened however Police believe that he could have been involved in an incident with another road user. 

“I would appeal to anybody who has any information about this incident to contact police,” said a spokesperson from the force. 

“The cyclist was riding a racing type cycle and was wearing a safety helmet and waterproof clothing. If you think you may have seen him in the area of the Battery Hotel then please come forward”

“We can’t be certain at this stage as to exactly what has happened, so if you think you may have information which could help us please get in touch.”

Industry experts say that the man could be entitled to cycling accident compensation if the incident wasn’t his fault. 

Have you recently been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault and want to claim compensation?

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