Cyclist, 24, suffers leg injury in Southsea rush-hour crash

CARE Paramedics tend to the injured cyclist
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A CYCLIST suffered a minor leg injury after a collision with a van.

The 24-year-old man was cycling at the Stafford Road junction with Victoria Road South in Southsea when his bike collided with a Mercedes Vito van.

The cyclist was taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham with a minor leg injury.

The driver of the Mercedes van was unhurt in the collision, which happened at about 5.15pm yesterday.

Police said the scene was cleared quickly and the road did not have to be closed.