Cyclist in Bedminster crash appeals for witnesses
A cyclist who claims a white van driver deliberately collided with him is appealing for witnesses.
Gary Harris, 45, who lives in Bedminster, was riding his Moulton cycle along Whitehouse Lane at lunchtime on Saturday when the accident happened.
He claimed the white van driver began to overtake him as he approached the junction with Philip Street.
Mr Harris, who runs his own cycle building and repair business, said he signalled to the driver with his arm, to hold back.
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"He ignored my signal and deliberately drove into me," he said.
Mr Harris said the accident made him lose control and crash, causing a broken finger, cuts to his head and bruises.
He said the police had told him they could not proceed with inquiries unless there were witnesses.
If anyone can help, they should contact Mr Harris on 0781 651 5082.