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    Who gives a fuuck - Not Me wrote:
    the25man wrote:
    When are cyclists going to take responsibility for there own actions and not blame the road lay out. Big vehicles have blind spots so idiot cyclists ride into them they have no road sense. Cyclists have every right to use the road so should be aware of others. Would it be right for pedestrians to walk on the road although they can but when they do they are careful and are aware of traffic around them. Cyclists should be this aware.
    When I cycle, I usually ride like a maniac. Blasting through red traffic lights, earphones in, riding through the middle of standstill traffic, riding the wrong way down one way roads, and sometimes no handed. I'm a good cyclist!
    Silly boy you have changed your name again, so that you can post childish
    comments on here. Why don't you stick to facebook with the rest of the
    children."
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UPDATED: Cyclist injured after bus collision on Thorpe Esplanade

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A BICYCLE rider has been injured after being involved in a crash with a bus in Thorpe Bay.

Paramedics were called out at 10.45am to the incident which happened on Thorpe Esplanade at the junction with Thorpe Hall Avenue.

The incident happened after a bus and cyclist collided.

Treatment was given to the male bike rider at the scene with a police spokeswoman saying his injuries are thought "not to be serious".

Slight delays are being caused in the area as the bus is blocking part of the road heading towards Southend town centre.

The bus was removed from the scene at 12noon but police kept the road was partially shut off at the junction with Burges Terrace while investigations were carried out.

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