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The identity of a Rainham cyclist killed in Woodford Green has been revealed

13:20 12 February 2014

A cyclist who was killed in a collision, has been identified.

Go-ahead, a bus depot company, has confirmed that it was 52-year-old CCTV operator Kevin Lane, from Rainham.

Mr Lane worked at the Tottenham branch in Northumberland Park and a colleague described him as “a very nice man and a keen cyclist.”

He was killed on Sunday in High Road, Woodford Green, and was attended to by London Ambulance Services before going into cardiac arrest.

Police are unable to confirm this as they have not yet told his next of kin but his identity will be officially released on Friday.

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