Was cycling down Great Suffolk Street this morning about 8.45am and passed an accident at the crossroads with Southwark Bridge Road, some poor guy was lying in the road, I couldn't tell but he had been either on a moped or a bicycle and had been hit by a 4x4 or something. It must have just happened because there were no ambulances or police around, just wondering if the guy was ok, he was conscious at the time but seemed to be in a lot of pain. I didn't stop, I was late as it was and there were plenty of other people helping so I would have been no more than a spectator. I asked at the fish and chip shop on my way home but they didn't know.
I hope he is ok. It is a dodgy junction with less than perfect traffic lights - could easily have been me or anybody else there.
When we passed by he was concious and talking to the medics, but laid out on his back - I would expect that the medics were taking their time in case of back injuries. There was a damaged scooter nearby, presumably his, and it looked as if he had collided with a 4x4.
People do tend to go through the red lights quite often there.