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Crash between Land Rover Discovery and motorbike in Doctor Watson’s Lane in Rushmere St Andrew

PUBLISHED: 11:06 18 April 2016 | UPDATED: 13:36 18 April 2016

The village sign in Rushmere St Andrew.

The village sign in Rushmere St Andrew.

A man suffered a suspected broken leg when the motorbike he was riding crashed with a car.

Emergency services were called to Doctor Watson’s Lane in Rushmere St Andrew at around 9.40am.

A Land Rover Discovery and a Derbi GPR motorbike collided.

The male motorbike rider has been taken to Ipswich Hospital by ambulance with leg injuries.

A police spokesman said the man suffered a suspected broken leg.

The driver of the Land Rover was not injured.

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