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Police on scene of collision between car and motorcycle in Woodbridge

PUBLISHED: 19:34 22 December 2017 | UPDATED: 19:34 22 December 2017

Police and ambulance have attended the scene of the collision in Woodbrodge. Picture: ARCHANT

Police and ambulance have attended the scene of the collision in Woodbrodge. Picture: ARCHANT


Police have been called to a collision involving a car and a motorcycle in Bredfield Road in Woodbridge.

Officers were called to the scene at around 5.45pm today, Friday, December 22, to reports of the collision close to the junction with Woods Lane.

A spokesman for Suffolk police said the motorcyclist has been taken to hospital as a result of the crash.
“A motorcycle has been in collision with a car, a VW Polo,” he said.

“The motorcyclist has been taken to hospital although his injuries are not believed to be serious.

“Police officers and the ambulance service have attended the scene.”

The road is partially blocked while emergency services carry out their duties.

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