A cyclist has died after colliding with a parked car in York.
North Yorkshire Police were called to the incident on the city’s Holgate Road at 7.15pm on Sunday evening.
The bike rider, a 51-year-old man, was taken to Leeds Royal Infirmary with serious head injuries, but died on Monday.
Police say that his next of kin have been informed, but are not yet able to release details of his identity.
Officers are urging anyone who witnessed the collision, or who saw the cyclist beforehand, to get in touch by calling 101 and quoting reference number 12190062550.
The cyclist was riding a yellow bike and wearing a grey sports top, blue cargo trousers and a khaki baseball cap.
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