|Woman Cyclist "Stable" after Parsons Green Accident|
Hit by Maserati sports car at junction with New King's Road
A woman cyclist is "stable" in hospital after being hit by a Maserati sports yesterday morning, July 1, at the junction of Parosons Green and New King's Road.
The woman, who police say is aged 38, was hit by the high-end sports car after coming off her bike at the at around 7.40am, according to police.
Witnesses said she lay in the road for up to half an hour with a bleeding head wound before ambulance crews arrived.
Allison Dent, 27, who works in nearby coffee shop St Clements, told the Evening Standard: "She was there for a really long time. There were a lot of people around and a lot of police."
A London Ambulance Service spokesman said: " We can confirm that we were called at 7.39am to reports of a road traffic collision involving a car and a cyclist on New Kings Road.
A Scotland Yard spokeswoman said: "At 07.40hrs today, Tuesday, 1 July, officers on patrol on Parsons Green discovered a cyclist who is believed to have fallen before being in collision with a vehicle. She made contact with a Maserati.
"London Ambulance Service attended and the woman was taken to a south London hospital where she remains in a stable condition. Her injuries are not believed to be life-threatening."
Witnesses say the car stopped at the scene of the accident.
July 2, 2014