A cyclist suffered minor injuries on Friday afternoon when the bike she was riding was crushed under the front wheels of an articulated lorry.
Friday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-03-13
Puff piece in City AM for the Â£2.5 million+ penthouses at One The Elephant skyscraper: http://t.co/cJSNGAV0xS
Tower Bridge Road: work starts Monday on Â£1.5 million makeover of southern section Recap:london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7508R
@sidman10001 the person pictured in the cab is a police officer
hollywoodgames Scary when the bus driver speeds round the Elephant & Castle roundabout and you think the Coronet is gonna be the last thing you'll ever see
timolloyd Geez. Can see the Battersea smoke from London Bridge viaduct
Shad Thames - past, present and future: http://t.co/Ukaghqjpph
Red Nose Day event on now at REPA in Dickens Square]: http://t.co/h8gHFEi0sS
TfLTrafficNews Update on Southwark Street at Southwark Bridge Rd - the collision has cleared. All movements open again. Traffic is quickly back to normal.
Just published - Cyclist escapes with minor injuries as 'Boris bike' is crushed by cement lorry in Southwark Street goo.gl/fb/hukMKm
Cycle hire bike crushed under front wheels of left turning cement lorry Southwark Street / Bridge Road pic.twitter.com/kKSQEGGs06
TfLTrafficNews Southwark Street is blocked eastbound and Southwark Bridge Road northbound - collision. Police on scene directing. Expect delays.
BetterBankside Accident on Southwark St. at junction with Southwark Bridge Rd. AVOID if possible.
Look out for #AfghanService military flypast heading south to north over Southwark in next few minutes.
Cycle Superhighway 7 looking very tatty. pic.twitter.com/OIXU1pINs5
@laraloobrush usually don't even have to issue an invoice. Ring up and complain and they cough up.
@laraloobrush yes. Perversely it is one of the most lucrative things we do.
Today's Daily Mail (print and online) has ripped off (and miscaptioned) a photo from the SE1 website. Invoice at the ready...
@Wright1Carole Afghanistan memorial service at St Paul's. Queen attending.
Car boot sale, face painting, cake sale and car washing in aid of Comic Relief at REPA: http://t.co/h8gHFEi0sS
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