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Road shrine to biker

PUBLISHED: 17:29 30 September 2009 | UPDATED: 15:53 16 August 2010

TRIBUTES were laid at the scene of where a motorcyclist died last weekend. Flowers and cards have been attached to bollards in Thicket Road, at the junction with Anerley Road, Penge, where the 43-year-old man lost his life.

TRIBUTES were laid at the scene of where a motorcyclist died last weekend.

Flowers and cards have been attached to bollards in Thicket Road, at the junction with Anerley Road, Penge, where the 43-year-old man lost his life.

The incident which involved a silver Renault Clio, happened last Saturday (26) at around 12.45am. Emergency services attended but the motorcyclist, who was riding a black Honda bike, died at the scene. At the time of going to press the man had not been identified.

The driver of the Clio was uninjured. Nobody has been arrested.

One card read: "To my big cous, we love and miss you so much. Lots of Love Lezan and Leporche.

Another said: "RIP Snoop. Gone but not forgotten. Greatest sympathy to the family, Yordus and the family.


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