Cyclist Dies Following a10/White Hart Lane Collision
Wednesday 04 Apr 2012

Frank Nsubuga

Frank Nsubuga passed away on Monday following an accident on the Great Cambridge Road last week.

The businessman, who was in his early 40s, was originally from Uganda and has left behind a grieving wife and several children.

One of his closest friends, Isaac Adams, 33, has spoken of the devastation his death has brought to the community.

He said:  “Frank was someone that got on with everyone. He was the best man. He was a lovely man - he was very friendly and popular in the community.

According to Mr Adams, Mr Nsubuga had his leg amputated following the crash and remained unconscious at the Royal London Hospital for six days between the crash and his death.

A 62-year-old man has been arrested for dangerous driving following the incident and has been bailed until late April.

You can see from the screenshot of our cycle accident map below, that between 2005-2010 there have been two further serious injuries to cyclists. Browse the area on our cycle accident map here.

White Hart Lane a10 death

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