Gloucester man denies causing cyclist hit-and-run death

Alan Knight Image copyright Gloucestershire Police
Image caption Cyclist Alan Knight, 64, was killed as he delivered newspapers

A man has denied causing the death of a cyclist in a hit-and-run collision in Gloucester.

Tykeran Hamilton, 24, from Lysons Avenue, pleaded not guilty at Bristol Crown Court to three charges including causing death by dangerous driving.

He also denied causing death while driving an uninsured vehicle and failing to stop after a road accident.

Alan Knight, 64, was killed in the collision with a car on Stroud Road, near St Barnabas Church, last year.

Two other men, aged 27 and 36, remain on police bail. Mr Hamilton will face trial in April.

Image caption The hit-and-run collision happened on Stroud Road near St Barnabas Church

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