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Motorcyclist found with serious injuries at Chingford roundabout

An unconscious man in his 30s was found by police at Cooks Ferry roundabout on Monday morning. It is unclear if he was involved in a crash

Cooks Ferry Roundabout in Chingford, Credit: Google

Officers are appealing for information after a motorcyclist was found with serious injuries in Chingford.

Police were alerted to calls at around 4.45am on Monday (11th December) that a man in his 30s was unconscious at the Cooks Ferry roundabout. According to police, the man remains in a “life-threatening condition” at hospital.


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In a statement the Metropolitan Police said that officers are “confident” they know the identity of the man and are currently working to inform his next of kin.

The police added that detectives from the serious collision investigation unit are carrying out enquiries to establish how he became injured and whether any other vehicles were involved.

The Met is appealing for any witnesses, or drivers with dash cam footage who were in the area at the time, to come forward with information.

Anyone who can help the investigation is asked to call the witness appeal line on 020 8597 4874. Alternatively, call 101 quoting CAD 818/11Dec.


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