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Ipswich: Driver of mobility scooter fails to stop after cyclist is knocked into river

PUBLISHED: 15:20 12 June 2013 | UPDATED: 15:20 12 June 2013

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A cyclist ended up in a river after being knocked off their bike during a collision with a mobility scooter in Ipswich.

Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward following the collision with the bike and red mobility scooter in Ranelagh Road at about 3pm on June 3.

The male cyclist sustained a cut to his back and pain to his torso.

The driver of the scooter, who failed to stop, is described as a woman, aged 70 to 80, with mousey-coloured hair.

Calls should be made to Pc David Wright from Ipswich on 101.

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