First picture of cyclist killed in horror smash with Mercedes in Surrey village

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Kenneth Vercruyssen was an incredible chef, his family said  (Surrey Police)
Kenneth Vercruyssen was an incredible chef, his family said (Surrey Police)

The family of a “humble” cyclist have spoken of their “unbearable” pain after he was killed in a crash involving a Mercedes.

Kenneth Vercruyssen, 36, from Epsom, died in a collision on Chessington Road, Ewell, on December 8 and police are urging any witnesses to come forward.

In a statement, his family said: “Words cannot describe how devastated we are at the loss of our dear son, brother and uncle. Kenneth was cherished by so many people surrounding him.

“He was an incredible chef and often enjoyed creating new wonderful dishes for family and friends.

“He was incredibly generous and he had a humble attitude and a smile that could light up a room.

“Kenneth would do his best to make everyone smile.

“His death has been unbearable for the family. We would like to thank all our family and friends for their incredible support they have shown at this time. Their help has been invaluable.”

The investigation into the collision remains ongoing and the driver has not been arrested.

Surrey Police are continuing to appeal to anyone who may have witnessed the collision to contact them.

Officers were called to Chessington Road at around 9.20pm following the report of a collision involving a cyclist and silver Mercedes.

If you have any information, please contact Surrey Police quoting PR/ 45210129838.

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