Die-in held in honour of cyclist killed in Camberwell

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Die-in held in honour of cyclist killed in Camberwell

Esther Hartsilver was the sixth cyclist to die on London’s roads this year when she was in a collision with a lorry on her way to work. 

Last night a vigil was held in Camberwell to honour the 32-year-old as well as to raise awareness of the dangers cyclists face on the capital’s roads.

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