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Crescent Road in Felixstowe reopen after crash involving Audi and cyclist

PUBLISHED: 16:56 10 January 2016 | UPDATED: 18:53 10 January 2016

The road is blocked in both directions.

The road is blocked in both directions.

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A male cyclist was injured in a collision with a car in Felixstowe earlier today.

Police were called to Crescent Road in the town around 3.45pm to reports of a crash.

A force spokesman said a man, believed to in his 50s, was hurt in the collision with a red Audi.

Initially reported as a serious crash, the man sustained “heavy bruising” – with the road closed while the emergency services worked at the scene, the spokesman added.

The man was taken to hospital by land ambulance but his injuries were not life-changing or life-threatening.

The road was reopen by 5.15pm.

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