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A motorcyclist has died after being hit by a car on Wednesday morning (October 4).

At 6.41am on Wednesday (October 4) police were called to a collision between a Toyota Prius and a Honda motorcycle on Cheyne Walk at Chelsea Embankment.

The motorcyclist was a 35-year-old male who initially suffered head injuries but has now been pronounced dead at the scene of the collision.

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Chelsea Embankment reopened

Chelsea Embankment reopened to traffic this afternoon after a fatal crash at the Chelsea Embankment junction with Battersea Bridge this morning.

The three cordons in place along Chelsea Embankment following the incident have been lifted and traffic has returned to normal.

A 35-year-old motorcyclist died at the scene following a collision with a Toyota Prius at 6:38 am.

He is yet to be formally identified by the police.

The Toyota driver stopped at the scene of the collision but was not arrested.

A police investigation into what happened has been launched and is ongoing.

No arrests have yet been made.

Roads still closed

Road closures remain in place following the fatal collision on Chelsea Embankment this morning.

What happens next?

The driver is yet to be formally identified and his next of kin have not yet been informed, according to the latest information we have from police.

A post-mortem will also be carried out as part of the investigation.

A Metropolitan police spokesman said:

Formal identification and a post-mortem examination will held in due course.

Investigation launched

Officer’s from Chelsea Police are supporting detectives from the Met’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit, who are investigating the collision.

Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to contact police by calling 101.

Further details

Police have given us more details about the crash.

At 6.41am on Wednesday (October 4) police were called to a collision between a Toyota Prius and a Honda motorcycle.

The motorcyclist was a 35-year-old male who initially suffered head injuries but has now been pronounced dead at the scene of the collision.

The driver of the Toyota stopped at the scene but no arrests have been made and enquiries continue.

The collision is fatal

Some very sad news has just reached us.

Police has confirmed to getwestlondon that the 35-year-old motorcyclist has died at the scene of the crash.

His next of kin are yet to be informed.

What we know so far

Police were called to to the scene of a serious collision at the North end of Battersea Bridge at 6.38am on Wednesday (October 4).

They found a 35-year-old male motorcyclist with head injuries.

London Ambulance service also attended the scene and are treating the man.

Seek alternative route

Transport for London are advising drivers to seek an alternative route.

Traffic is heavy at both ends of Battersea Bridge and several diversions are in place.

Roads closed

Police have closed several roads as they deal with the collision.

Chelsea Embankment is closed Westbound at Albert Bridge and diversions are in place.

Battersea Bridge itself is closed, as is Beaufort Street.