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London, UK. 5th September 2017. Stop Killing Cyclists co-founder Donnachadh McCarthy contrasted the media outcry over the death of a pedestrian killed in a collision with a cyclist at 18mph with the campaigns by the same newspapers against the use of speed cameras to stop the much more dangerous speeding of motor vehicles, and with 70% of HGVs inspected recently found unfit to drive. He said the real issue was speed, and it was criminal that the police were refusing to enforce 20mph zones and 30mph speed limits. Stop Killing Cyclists die-in and vigil for Ardian Zagani, the 6th cyclist killed o

London, UK. 5th September 2017. Stop Killing Cyclists co-founder Donnachadh McCarthy contrasted the media outcry over the death of a pedestrian killed in a collision with a cyclist at 18mph with the campaigns by the same newspapers against the use of speed cameras to stop the much more dangerous speeding of motor vehicles, and with 70% of HGVs inspected recently found unfit to drive. He said the real issue was speed, and it was criminal that the police were refusing to enforce 20mph zones and 30mph speed limits. Stop Killing Cyclists die-in and vigil for Ardian Zagani, the 6th cyclist killed o Stock Photo
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Peter Marshall / Alamy Stock Photo

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30.5 MB (1.2 MB Compressed download)

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4000 x 2667 px | 33.9 x 22.6 cm | 13.3 x 8.9 inches | 300dpi

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September 4, 2017

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Camden Road, Camden Town, London, United Kingdom

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London, UK. 5th September 2017. Stop Killing Cyclists co-founder Donnachadh McCarthy contrasted the media outcry over the death of a pedestrian killed in a collision with a cyclist at 18mph with the campaigns by the same newspapers against the use of speed cameras to stop the much more dangerous speeding of motor vehicles, and with 70% of HGVs inspected recently found unfit to drive. He said the real issue was speed, and it was criminal that the police were refusing to enforce 20mph zones and 30mph speed limits. Stop Killing Cyclists die-in and vigil for Ardian Zagani, the 6th cyclist killed on London's roads this year who was killed by a van on the Camden Rd last Thursday. After speeches calling for TfL, the London Mayor and borough councils, especially Islington where this death occurred, to make London's roads safe for cyclists and for the police to enforce speed limits, there was a 10 minute silent die-in on the road where he was killed. Peter Marshall/Alamy Live News

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