60-year-old motorcyclist killed in Hounslow crash

By Cesar Medina

13th May 2024 | Local News

A motorcyclist dies after a crash in Staines Road, junction with Martindale Road, Hounslow (credit: Google maps).
A motorcyclist dies after a crash in Staines Road, junction with Martindale Road, Hounslow (credit: Google maps).

Met Police detectives are asking for witnesses and those with dash footage to come forward after a man dies in a collision in Hounslow, west London.

Police were called by LAS (London Ambulance Service) at 12:56pm on Sunday, 12 May to Staines Road, junction with Martindale Road, Hounslow, following reports of a collision involving a motorcyclist and a number of vehicles.

Officers, paramedics and London's Air Ambulance responded to the incident.

Paramedics treated the motorcyclist, aged 60, but despite their extensive efforts he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers have informed next of kin. They are being supported by specially trained officers.

All drivers stopped at the scene. There have been no arrests.

Serious Collision Investigation Unit detectives ask anyone who can help with information or dash footage to call 101 or post @MetCC ref CAD 3440/12 May.

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