North East Wales

Injured Denbighshire cyclist's identity sought

Police are trying to find out the identity of a cyclist seriously injured after her bike was hit by a lorry in Denbighshire.

The collision happened at about 10:50 GMT on the B5428 Upper Denbigh Road, from Trefnant to Denbigh.

The woman, described as being aged between 30 and 50, was wearing a white Madison cycling top and a red and black specialised helmet.

She was riding a Specialized Secteur black, white and red road bike.

'Cycling alone'

North Wales Police said she was travelling in the direction from Denbigh towards Trefnant.

Ch Insp Darren Wareing said: "We are trying to establish any relatives or friends who may be able to assist in identifying the woman who was cycling alone."

The woman has been taken to hospital where her condition is described as serious.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Roads Policing Unit on 101.

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