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Turret Lane partially closed after motorcyclist is injured in collision with Renault Clio

PUBLISHED: 14:41 10 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:41 10 November 2017

The accident happened in Turret Lane (stock image). Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

The accident happened in Turret Lane (stock image). Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

A motorcyclist has been injured after a collision with a car in Ipswich town centre.

Suffolk police were called to reports of a crash in Turret Lane, Ipswich, just after 1.45pm.

A force spokesman said the road had been partially blocked while officers arranged for the vehicles to be removed.

The East of England Ambulance Service Trust has been called to treat the biker, who was on a KTM motorcycle when it collided with a Renault Clio.

The injuries are not thought to be serious.

Turret Lane connects Star Lane and Lower Brook Street.

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