A cyclist who took part in a large-scale city bicycle ride has died after being airlifted to hospital.
The rider had been among thousands who turned out for the Vélo Birmingham & Midlands bike ride on Sunday.
Warwickshire Police said the incident happened during the morning in Coleshill Road, Atherstone. They appealed for witnesses.
Organisers tweeted that they were working closely with the police to establish what had happened.
Earlier, a mare and her newborn foal died after road closures at the event meant a vet could not reach them, their owner said.
Helen van Heyningen said her horse Penny went into labour at about 09:30 BST on Sunday and died an hour later.
She said a Vélo security steward refused to let the vet access her farm in Norton Green Lane, Knowle, near Solihull.
The BBC has approached Vélo organisers for comment.
Mrs van Heyningen called the vet after the foal’s back legs got stuck during the birth, but she said the vet was stopped from accessing the road because it had been closed for cyclists.
“We threatened to block the road with our horsebox because the mare was bleeding to death,” she said. “I’ve never seen anything so awful in all my life.”
Mrs van Heyningen said she was “devastated” and “appalled that they could let an animal suffer like that”.
Penny was 21 years old and was used to breed horses for show-jumping.
She was “part of the family”, Mrs van Heyningen said, but she was also “not your average horse” – her offspring sell for up to £60,000.
“This is our livelihood,” she said.
The 100-mile bike ride across the West Midlands has been criticised for its road closures.
This year, residents in Birmingham said they felt “trapped” as main routes were closed to traffic, and the previous event in 2017 saw nails thrown over roads amid complaints about the closures.
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