36 year-old Andrew Jackson of Hunsingore, near Wetherby
36 year-old Andrew Jackson of Hunsingore, near Wetherby

Family release tribute to “proud, loving and caring” cyclist who died in Porsche collision

Police have said they are now in a position to name the cyclist who died earlier this month following a collision involving the cyclist and a Porsche on the A168

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have said they are now in a position to name the cyclist who died earlier this month following a involving the cyclist and a Porsche on the A168.

He was 36 year-old Andrew Jackson of Hunsingore, near .

Speaking about Andrew, his family said:

We are all devastated by the loss of Andrew. To us, he was a proud father of two young children, a loving husband and a caring son.

He will leave a gaping hole in the lives of those close to him. We would now like to request space and time to grieve for him privately.

The occurred at around 1.45pm on Sunday 10 May 2020 on the A168 northbound between Allerton Park and .

It involved Mr Jackson, who was riding a light blue racing bicycle, and a black Porsche 911 Carrera, which were both travelling in the same direction towards .



Mr Jackson was sadly pronounced dead at the scene. The 35 year-old driver of the Porsche was arrested and has been released under investigation whilst enquiries continue.

An inquest into Mr Jackson’s death has been opened and adjourned.

Officers are continuing to for witnesses, dash-cam footage or anyone who may have seen the cyclist or the Porsche prior to, and/or at the time of the incident.

If you have any information please email Nicola.Gill@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk or MCIT@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk. Alternatively, please pass information to the Force Control Room by calling 101.

Please quote North Yorkshire reference number 12200077893 when providing any information.




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