A cyclist was airlifted to hospital after an alleged road rage attack by a motorcyclist
Witnesses said the victim was accused of jumping a red light by a motorcyclist who got of his bike and started hitting him.
The cyclist feel to the floor and began having what looked like a fit, the witness told Kent Online.
The alleged attacker fled on his motorcycle, leaving a passerby to put the cyclist in the recovery position.
Paramedics were called to Rochester High Street in Kent just after 10am and the man was airlifted to a hospital in London.
He is believed to have suffered serious head injuries.
Police have cordoned off an area outside the Crown pub where the attack is said to have taken place, although the assault had nothing to do with the establishment itself.
An area outside the Crown pub was cordoned off
Witnesses reported seeing blood stained clothing at the scene of the attack
A baseball cap and some bloodstained clothing were left at the scene, witnesses said.
A police spokesman said: "It is believed there was an altercation between a motorcyclist and a cyclist prior to the assault.
"Officers remain at the scene at this time and inquiries are ongoing."
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