London courier killed whilst working, 3rd February 2012
6.02.12 by Buffalo Bill
As reported by BBC News, a cyclist was killed after a collision with a coach on Wormwood Street last Friday (3rd February 2012). Various posters on the Moving Target forum expressed their concern that it was a courier, and Rico Logistics have apparently confirmed that it was Henry Warwick. If this is the case, then Henry would be the 9th London bicycle messenger known to have been killed whilst working.
I’m sure that all Moving Target readers & posters will join me in expressing shock and dismay. My condolences to friends and family. There’s some talk on the forum of a ride on Friday. Watch that space.
The memorial ride is taking place this Friday, starting at the Foundry, corner of Old Street & Great Eastern Street, at 7ish. Please note that this is a memorial ride, not a protest. More details (and comment) on the forum here. Stephanie (Papillon) of the London Courier Emergency Fund has been in touch with Rico, and they say that Henry’s family would prefer a donation to a homeless charity to flowers.
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