A cyclist has died after he was involved in a car crash in Addlestone on Monday night (November 2).

The crash took place on Station Road in Addlestone just before 9pm, Surrey Police, investigating, said.

The car involved in the crash stopped at the scene, and police set up a cordon with road closures in the area as they responded to the incident.

They said the cyclist involved, a man (no further details provided) was seriously injured in the crash.

In a later update, Surrey Police confirmed that the man had sadly died from his injuries at the scene as they continued to appeal for information from the public.

They also announced they had arrested the driver of the car involved in the crash, suspecting he may have been driving dangerously:

"A man has died following a collision in Addlestone last night (Monday, 2 November).

"Officers were called to Station Road around 9pm following reports of a collision involving a pedestrian with a bicycle and a car.

"The man was sadly declared dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed.

"The car involved stopped at the scene and the driver, a 27-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. He has since been released under investigation.

"We are appealing for witnesses following a serious collision involving a car and a cyclist on Station Road, Addlestone," a spokesperson for Surrey Police said.

If you have information about what happened, call police on 101 and quote PR/ 45200116532 or click here.