Alex Bowden August 30 2017
Campaign group Stop Killing Cyclists (SKC) will on Monday hold a vigil in honour of the latest cyclist killed on London’s roads. Albanian national Ardian Zagani was struck by a Ford Transit van in Camden Road, Holloway, just after 6am yesterday and was declared dead at the scene minutes later.
The Islington Gazette reports that a van driver arrested after the crash has since been de-arrested with no charges pressed.
She had been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and was interviewed under caution at a north London police station.
In a statement on its Facebook page, SKC said: “With regret we will be holding our another die-in and vigil to remember the 6th person killed while riding a bicycle in London this year after being hit by a van on Camden Road at the junction with Brecknock Road at 6am on Tuesday, 29th August.
“We will begin gathering from 6pm on Monday 4th September at the junction of Camden Rd and Brecknock Rd, outside the Unicorn pub. The vigil will formally start after 6.30pm.
“Please bring flowers, candles, banners.”