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Dalston crash: Man released under investigation following cyclist hit and run as woman remains critical

PUBLISHED: 09:14 31 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:14 31 August 2018

The scene in Kingsland High Street after the crash. Picture: David Peat

The scene in Kingsland High Street after the crash. Picture: David Peat

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A man arrested over the cyclist hit and run crash in Dalston has been released under investigation.

Scotland Yard said the 56-year-old woman remained critical after the crash at about 5.10pm on Tuesday.

She was hit by a rider on a “Specialized” electric-assisted bike as she tried to cross the road near the Rio Cinema.

The 30-year-old was arrested on Wednesday night in Islington after contacting police.

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