A 20-year-old moped rider died after her scooter was in collision with the open door of a parked vehicle and she slid into the path of an oncoming Mercedes. An inquest in Huntingdon was told the accident happened last December near the One-Stop shop in Berkley Street, Eynesbury, as secretary Samantha Lorraine Bull, of Pepys Road, Eynesbury rode by on her 49cc Aprilla. She died instantly in the collision after being thrown from her machine when the handlebar collided with the car door, Coroner David Morris was told. It was unfortunate, he said, that there had been no independent witnesses to the accident. The Mercedes driver, Tracey Luff, from St Neots, had been driving her daughter to St Neots Community College, when she saw the scooter coming in the opposite direction. She saw the door of a small dark car open and a foot emerge from the vehicle immediately before the accident. Although she had been driving at below the 30mph speed limit and had braked hard, she had been unable to avoid the impact.