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Lorry driver appears in court after fatal cyclist collision with Islington cyclist

11:15 07 September 2012

Tourism student Paula Jurek moved to London from Poland two years ago.

Tourism student Paula Jurek moved to London from Poland two years ago.

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A lorry driver was bailed on Monday accused of killing an Islington student cyclist .

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Barry Roe, 66, from Whitchurch Street, Enfield, could face up to five years in prison if found guilty of causing death by careless or inconsiderate driving.

London Metropolitan University student Paula Jurek, 20 died in April last year in Camden Town.

Mr Rowe did not enter a plea. The case was committed to Blackfriars Crown Court.

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