A CYCLIST has been left with "life-changing" injuries after a crash in Worcester.

Police are appealing for information after the incident, which saw a red Range Rover hit the cyclist in Grange Avenue.

The crash took place at around 4.40pm on October 20 near the junction of Ombersley Road and Grange Avenue.

As a result, the road was closed for most of the evening, with a large number of ambulance and police teams on-scene.

An air ambulance landed in a nearby field and the cyclist was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.

A West Mercia Police spokesman announced they were appealing for information.

They said: "Officers are appealing for information after a collision in Worcester that left a man with life-threatening injuries.

"Around 4.40pm on Wednesday, October 20, a red Range Rover collided with a cyclist on Grange Avenue near to the junction with Ombersley Road.

"The cyclist was taken by Air Ambulance to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. No other injuries were reported.

"Officers would like to hear from anyone who may have seen the incident or those involved in the area.

"They would also like anyone who may have captured on dash cam a cyclist or red Range Rover in the area."

Anyone with any information is asked to visit https://www.westmercia.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/ quoting incident 406 of 20 October.