Not sure where to post this so another new Thread. Bit of a rum commute today. This morning reached Colliers Wood just as the whole area got cordoned off. A car had crashed (I saw it - looked bad - side crushed in) and a 70 year old had died from a heart attack. No idea what happened. Wasn't got to post this as no facts known, sad event and put it down to a commuting experience. Hoped I wouldn't come across a scene like that again. This afternoon approached Tooting Broadway Tube and saw a large crowd on the pavement, ambulances blazing towards me. I passed on the pavement a forlorn and sad looking young cyclist with a blue racer standing on the pavement. On the floor a plumpish, middle-aged lady, flat on her side, head on the floor (on the side) staring straight ahead. Alive but expressionless. No idea what happened. Though pedstrians do jump out onto the road all the time. (Even had a toddler run out in front of me at this exact point before Xmas. It's right next to a Supermarket). But I'm not making any assumptions. I know London is London but you really don't want one, let alone two, of these kind of occasions in one day. One can never ever be complacent.