'Constable Ian Edwards, a collision expert for West Mercia Police, said sunlight would have been shining directly into the eyes of drivers travelling eastbound on the road on the day cyclist Mr Searle was killed.'
The cyclist had been hit by a further two vehicles whilst laying in the road. But why? Clearly there was a common problem existing at the site, and that may well be the sun light exacerbated by glare from a wet road.
But look at the picture of the road. Anyone walking, cycling or riding a horse on the driving side of that road would be risking a serious accident.
We must review what roads are primarily for and I suspect that is exactly what the courts and juries are doing already. See another such case
It's about time our politicians addressed this reality too. Scapegoats don't bring back the dead.