A cyclist was taken to hospital on Friday afternoon after he was hit by a scaffolding lorry at the Elephant & Castle junction.
The Metropolitan Police was called to the scene just before 3pm on Friday to reports of a cyclist hit by a scaffolding lorry.
The male cyclist was taken to hospital. A police spokesman told us that the cyclist's injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
Officers from the Met's commercial vehicles unit attended the scene.
No-one has been arrested and police are continuing to investigate the collision.
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