'Kind and caring' father-of-five who died after his bicycle was hit by a car on wrong side of road named

Police have named a cyclist who died after being hit by a car near Patrington in East Yorkshire as 56-year-old Richard Goodwin.

Richard Goodwin
Richard Goodwin

Mr Goodwin who died at the scene of the collision on the A1033 Patrington Road, on June 26, was described as a doting father of five children, who leaves behind a loving partner, sister and parents.

A statement released by Humberside Police said Mr Goodwin was a "kind, caring, selfless person who will be greatly missed by all who knew him".

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Police were called to the scene between Ottringham and Patrington after reports that a car had collided with a bicycle.

A red Nissan Juke is believed to have been travelling west bound between Patrington and Ottringham before veering on to the wrong side of the road and colliding with a bicycle.

The car is then reported to have left the road, ploughed through a field and coming to a halt in the garden of a house.

A man arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and drink driving has now been released under investigation as police continue inquiries.

Witnesses, or anyone with dash cam footage, or who was travelling along the A1033 Patrington Road at around 9pm, or moments prior, and saw the collision, are asked to call police on 101.