This incident is totally unreported in any of the local news media...
If its unreported why are you using quotation marks, which imply you are quoting from somewhere else? If you are then what is the source?
The later you say:
...happen as reported?
Was this reported or not? This contradicts your first statement.
Very strange post.
The source is the injured biker, who is claiming compensation for a work related injury, based on his account of the accident. (He was on an errand for work). The biker is a 'Walter Mitty' type who lives in a fantasy world of his own. The damage to the bike is minimal and doesn't match his account at all, and neither do his injuries.
It is difficult to believe that such an appalling incident could happen in central London mid-morning on a work day and go unwitnessed and unreported, and without a dozen smartphone videos appearing on YouTube by lunchtime.
If his account can be backed up then the claim form will be forwarded to the employer's insurers.
His employers, however, suspect that it is another made-up fantasy, one of hundreds since he was five years old, and he probably dropped the bike on his own foot.
I have been trying to find evidence online to corroborate his story, without success.