CAMBS: Cyclist knocked unconscious when hit by debris from flying shed crashing into bus shelter

15:05 27 January 2014

The bus shelter after it was hit by a shed.

The bus shelter after it was hit by a shed.


A cyclist was knock off his bike when he was hit by debris from a flying shed crashing into a bus shelter.

The cyclist was travelling in Yaxley at about 3.50pm on Saturday (January 25) when an industrial shed was blown through the air in a gust of wind and into a bus shelter.

Debris from both structures then hit the cyclist as he passed by.

The man, in his 40s, suffered a head injury and was knocked out in the incident.

He was escorted to Peterborough City Hospital by Magpas Helimedix doctor Monojit Choudhury and paramedic Rob Riches. He was in a stable condition.


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