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    streets as cyclist hit by coach is left fighting for life just hours after man is killed They told how the male rider, believed to be 62, was pulled under the HGV's wheels as both travelled east on Mile End Road at the coach factory outlet online about 4.40pm yesterday. The cyclist was today named as Brian Holt, who had worked as a porter at Mile End Hospital for 40 years. Colleagues at Mile End Hospital, where Mr Holt had worked as a porter for 40 years today paid tribute to "the hardest worker and nicest man" you would ever meet. They said he had been cycling on the journey of about a mile from his Stepney home to the hospital for just over a year in order to get fit. One of his managers, Matthew Goddard, said: "He was a wonderful man and the hardest worker you would meet. He was such a nice guy, no one had a bad word to say about him. "Everyone in the team loved him. He always cheap coach outlet made the coach factory outlet store locations patients feel at ease and had a smile on his face. "He was a devoted family man and was well known by everyone in the hospital. "The team is in shellshock and absolutely gutted, the mood at the hospital is very sombre. You read about these things happening but you never expect it to be one of your own. Our thoughts are with his family who are obviously devastated." Witnesses said the collision happened after the eight wheeled tipper lorry pulled away from traffic lights, near the junction with Bancroft Road outside Queen Mary University's engineering building. Motiur Khan, 22, said: "The lorry was behind the cyclist and sort of went into the back of him. He hit the cyclist who went under the lorry which just ran over and crushed him." Engineering student Reshma Kelash, 24, said: "The person definitely died coach factory outlet castle rock on the spot. There was no way he could have survived." Will Hutton, 41, a teaching fellow at the university, said: "I was passing and saw a man lying in the middle of the road with a white bike just a few yards away. "It was a horrible scene. A motorcyclist was shouting at a tipper truck, which I assume was involved in the collision, to official coach outlet stop. The traffic had been moving slowly, so I do not think the truck can have been going very fast. the coach factory outlet
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