Police Appeal over Identity of cycling crash victim

Police in Belfast have appealed to the public for help identifying a cyclist, who was killed with an accident involving a lorry on Friday 15 April 2011. The accident happened on the Ormeau Road at the Annadale and Ormeau junction at around 6.30am. The man is described as being between 40 and 50 with ginger or sandy coloured hair. “He was wearing white Umbro trainers, black Runhill cycling trousers with thin blue piping down the outside of each leg and with the word Bikster written on one side. “He was also wearing a black and grey cycling top under a light blue and black waterproof jacket. He was also wearing distinctive blue cycling gloves with black forefingers.”1 Remember if you have been involved in a cycling accident recently and would like to take legal action please do not hesitate to contact Cycle Assist using our contact form here. 1. http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/local/appeal