Italian aristocrat, 21, dies in London bicycle accident

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LONDON (AP) — A 21-year-old Italian aristocrat has died after he collided with a truck while riding his bicycle in central London — the eighth cyclist to die this year on the city’s streets. Family, friends and fellow students mourned Wednesday for Filippo Corsini, who was studying international business at Regent’s University. He was killed […]
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