Cyclist dies in Warwickshire after suffering head injury

A cyclist who was found collapsed on a Warwickshire road has died.

The 64-year-old man was discovered on the B4114 Nuneaton Road near Hoar Park, Ansley, by emergency crews at about 12:30 GMT on Sunday.

An ambulance spokeswoman said the cyclist "had suffered a serious head injury and was in cardiac arrest".

He was taken to George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton where he was declared dead. Police are trying to work out how the man came off his bike.

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