Cyclists hold tribute for architect killed in crash

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Cyclists hold tribute for architect killed in crash

Tributes are being paid to an architect who died after being hit by a coach as she cycled to work in east London.

Karla Roman has been named as one of two female cyclists killed on the capital's roads on Monday.

The 32-year-old was knocked down whilst using the Cycle Superhighway near her office in Whitechapel.

It came less than eight hours after 30-year-old Anita Szucs was killed in a suspected hit and run in Enfield.

Campaigners gathered in east London, calling for better safety measures

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