Camden Road motorbike crash: Police investigate hit and run in Holloway

PUBLISHED: 14:33 14 May 2018 | UPDATED: 14:33 14 May 2018

The crash happend in Camden Road in Islington. Police are investigating. Picture: David Holt (Creative Commons licence CC BY 2.0)

The crash happend in Camden Road in Islington. Police are investigating. Picture: David Holt (Creative Commons licence CC BY 2.0)

David Holt

Police are investigating a hit and run crash in Holloway last week.

A motorcyclist fled from the scene after hitting a car in Camden Road at about 10.40pm on Thursday, between Camden Road Station and Holloway Road.

The motorbike struck the car as it was turning right off Camden Road.

The impact knocked the motorbike to the ground but the rider got up immediately afterwards, according to witnesses.

Police confirmed the motorcylist failed to stop at the scene.

No injuries were reported and no arrests have been made.

Police inquiries continue.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting reference number on 8795/10MAY or tweet @MetCC.

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