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Cyclist in Surrey ambulance crash dies

A cyclist who was seriously hurt in a collision with an ambulance responding to a 999 call in Surrey has died.

Robert Domienik, a 51-year-old Polish national living in Woking, died at St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey, earlier this month from head injuries.

He had been cycling across Lockfield Drive, Woking, on 5 December 2009, after leaving the canal path, when he was hit by the ambulance.

It is not known if the vehicle had its blue lights or siren on at the time.

The collision happened just before 2200 GMT.

A spokesman for Surrey Police said the ambulance was travelling from Woking town centre towards Goldsworth Park at the time of the crash.

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