UPDATE: Cyclist in Findon Valley collision taken to hospital

According to an eyewitness the cyclist has been taken away in an ambulance
According to an eyewitness the cyclist has been taken away in an ambulance

A cyclist has been taken to hospital with suspected back injuries after a collision on the A24 in Findon Valley, said police.

Emergency services were called to the collision at around 12.15pm in Findon Road, Worthing.

A police spokesman said the cyclist had hit the back of a stationary van.

She said: “The cyclist has been taken to Worthing Hospital with suspected back injuries.

“The road southbound was blocked for a while but has now re-opened.”

An eyewitness who was near the scene said he knew the cyclist and that he ‘seemed ok’.

He added: “One of our cycling club members called for an ambulance.

“His carbon bike frame snapped in two places.”

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