A 25-YEAR-OLD woman was killed after her bike and two cars collided in a London park.
Rachel Brown was cycling in Worcester Park on April 7 when the horrific crash unfolded just before 9am.
Paramedics rushed to help, but the young woman tragically died at the scene near Tudor and Palmer Avenues.
Tributes have since been paid to Rachel, who grew up in Staines, England and studied law at Queen’s University Belfast.
The university’s rowing club said she had been a “dedicated and committed” young woman.
They said: “Yet whilst she was both a talented and technical oarswoman, Rachel was also a popular crew member, loved and appreciated by so many for her bright nature, her kind heart, her constant encouragement and her colourful kit.”
In a statement, Met Police said: “Rachel Brown, 25, was riding her bicycle when she was in collision with two vehicles.
“Despite the efforts of police, London Ambulance Service and members of the public, she was pronounced dead at the scene.”
No one else was hurt in the crash.
Rachel’s next of kin have been informed.
No one has been arrested.
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Any witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage are asked to call the Serious Collision Investigation unit on 020 8543 5157 or contact via Twitter @MetCC quoting CAD 1576.