Cyclist killed in Croydon bus crash

Crash scene The collision happened at about 12:00 GMT on Croydon's tram line

A cyclist has died after a collision with a bus in Croydon, south London.

The man, who was in his 40s, was struck by a bus on Croydon's tram line on Addiscombe Road at about 12:00 GMT, police said.

London Ambulance Service said the man went into a cardiac arrest. He was taken to hospital but was pronounced dead at 13:20.

Another cyclist is in a "serious but stable" condition after a collision with a bus in south-east London.

Emergency services were called to Kennington Park Road at about 08:45 after the 46-year-old man was struck at a junction.

Transport for London said 11 cyclists had died on London's roads so far this year, compared with 14 in 2012.

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