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Cyclists must stop immediately if they are involved in an accident

A cyclist must stop and help if they are involved in an accident where someone is killed or injured.

A cyclist must stop and help if they are involved in an accident where someone is killed or injured.

They must also exchange their name and address with other people involved in the accident and must report the matter to police.

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