Police have launched an investigation after a cyclist was struck by a vehicle and seriously injured outside Marble Arch tube station.
A car was reported to have been in collision with a HGV lorry on Friday (August 25) morning.
According to Metropolitan Police , the car then reportedly struck a male cyclist on the pavement as he was securing his bike.
DC Amanda Hawke, from the SCIU, said: "We really need to understand more about what happened and hear from anyone who saw this collision, anyone with footage, particularly dashcam should contact our incident room number."
Officers were called at 10.50am to reports of a collision, which closed off roads for hours whilst emergency services were at the scene.
A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: "The cyclist suffered a serious leg injury as a result.
"London's Air Ambulance and London Ambulance Service attended the scene.
"The cyclist is currently in a central London hospital. His injuries are described as life changing."
No arrests have yet been made and police are continuing to make enquiries.
Detectives from the Serious Collisions Investigation Unit (SCIU) are investigating.Any witnesses, anyone with information or in possession of footage should contact the SCIU on 0208 543 5157.
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