Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses after a female cyclist was found injured in the early hours of the morning onNovember 3rd.
The woman was found in unexplained circumstances, after the incident occurred at around 5.45am, close to the level crossing on Prune Hill, Egham.
The woman, thought to be in her 40s, was found with head injuries and was subsequently taken to St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey after officers made the discovery. As of yet, it is remains unknown as to how she developed her injuries.However police are hoping to speak to members of the public who may have any information regarding the incident. She has since maintained a stable condition, but Surrey police are actively seeking witnesses to help their investigation after speaking with the victim.
The scene, near to Royal Holloway’s sports grounds, resulted in a traffic build-up during the morning rush hour due to necessary road closures. Prune Hill was closed in both directions, between Bakeham Lane and Whitehall Lane, until just after 9.30am, whilst officers investigated the area. The closure led to an increase in local congestion around Egham town centre until the road could be reopened later in the morning.
The woman was found lying in the road, close to the university and Procter and Gamble Innovation Centre. Students, and other members of the public, who may have seen anything suspicious are advised to contact Surrey police, calling 101 and quoting the reference: P11325397. Alternatively, those with any information at all, can contact Crimestoppers directly on: 0800 555 111.