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CYCLIST HIT WITH RUBBISH AT HEXHAM

A cyclist’s own helmet-mounted camera has captured the moment he came under attack in Newcastle.

The rider was struck with an ice-filled drink, thrown from a passing car.

The incident happened at around four o’clock yesterday afternoon on the New England Highway, near Hexham.

Thankfully, the cyclist wasn’t injured.

A complaint is expected to be lodged with police.

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Tyson Cottrill is a journalist and producer based in Newcastle, with 10 years television news experience. Tyson first began work with NBN in 2007, before being employed as a journalist at Channel Nine in Sydney, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Born and raised in Newcastle, Tyson has a Bachelor of Communications from Charles Sturt University.

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2 comments

  1. avatar

    Hi,
    Your news report about the cyclist being hit but an iced bottle, the same thing happened to my 16 year old brother in belmont.
    He was working (dominos) on an e-bike and a 2 litre bottles thrown at him causing him to crash into a pole which resulted in a jarred neck and swollen jaw.
    I have also seen on facebook that the same thing happened to some one at Cardiff.
    they need to be stopped before sometoppesomeone gets seriously hurt!

  2. avatar

    it wasnt rubbish it was ice and thrown so hard that it busted the riders helmet amd broke his glasses