A ‘talented and popular’ marketing manager was knocked down and killed by a Range Rover while jogging in west London. Aston Villa fan Jack Ryan, 29, was struck by the oncoming vehicle at the junction of Battersea Bridge and Beaufort Street/Cheyne Walk in Chelsea at around 6pm last Wednesday. Paramedics tried to save Mr Ryan, a keen runner originally from Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham who had set himself the task of running 100km per month during the lockdown, but he was pronounced dead at the scene. This is the second fatal accident at the junction, which is controlled by Transport for London, since October 2017, when a 35-year-old motorcyclist was killed by a car in an early morning collision. According to Kensington and Chelsea Council, 27 people were hurt in 22 accidents between 2017 and 2019, with four accidents involving motorcyclists and one of those suffering a serious injury. An online petition calling for greater road safety measures to be implemented has already received 13,000 signatures after the hashtag #RIPJack trended on Twitter last night. Football stars Jack Grealish and Stan Collymore have led tributes to Mr Ryan, a popular digital marketing executive for accounting firm PwC who had recently bought… Read full this story
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