Published: 16:36, 09 June 2021
| Updated: 17:24, 09 June 2021
Fresh tributes have been left for an e-cyclist who died three days after a crash.
Algert Ileshi, 31, was riding along Beaver Road in Ashford when he came off his electric bicycle last Wednesday.
The London resident died in hospital on Saturday and his family have now visited the scene of the crash.
A picture of Mr Ileshi has appeared at the roadside, as well as flowers, a cigarette packet and beer among other items.
A message written on one bunch of flowers reads: "Rest in peace bro, too fast for this life."
Another, signed from Georgia and Theo, said: "Rest easy, they always take the best ones first."
Witness Alfie Gent said Mr Ileshi, of Kilburn, north-west London, was hurt when his bicycle hit a pothole, causing him to flip forward.
While he regained consciousness after the collision, he tragically died of his injuries in a London hospital.
Across the road from the tributes, about 50 candles have been placed by the pothole, which has been filled in since the crash.
When asked about the pothole, a police spokeswoman said "establishing what caused the accident will be part of our ongoing inquiries".
The incident happened between 9.55pm and 10.05pm last Wednesday.
Officers say they are particularly interested in speaking to anyone who may have seen Mr Ileshi before the collision and a woman who was driving a small white car who stopped at the scene.
Yesterday, Mr Gent, who volunteers for The Salvation Army in Ashford, was left fuming after a tribute he left at the scene was stolen within five hours of being tied to a lamppost.
Anyone with information about the crash is urged to call police on 101, quoting reference SL/47/21.