TfL Offices, Blacfriars Rd, London. Fri 27 Nov 2015
Donnachadh McCarthy, organiser of the No More Coffins Die-In for safer streets by Stop Killing Cyclists outside
TfL's HQ in London talks with police before the event.
a row of 21 coffins remembering the 21 cyclists killed in the past 2 years in London
Safer streets for cyclists are also safer streets for pedestrians, and encouraging cycling would improve health
as well as cutting down pollution. There are around 12,000 early deaths each year from air pollution and
diseases caused by a lack of exercise in London, far more than those who die in road 'accidents'.
A fine singer, perhaps Ted Browne,
and a keyboard player
one campaigner wore a skelton costume and skull mask
Nicola Branch organised the event with Donnachadh McCarthy
Tom Kearney, a pedestrian who survived a serious traffic accident on Oxford St supports the
No More Coffins Die-In for safer streets by Stop Killing Cyclists outside TfL's HQ in London
Deborah Willemen, a Belgian mother who was knocked off her
bicycle a few months after moving to London
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