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Ipswich’s Landseer Road reopened after crash between motorbike and car

PUBLISHED: 08:27 15 September 2020 | UPDATED: 12:02 15 September 2020

Police attend the scene of a road traffic collision involving a motorcycle and a car at the junction of Clapgate Lane and Landseer Road in Ipswich Picture: Archant

Police attend the scene of a road traffic collision involving a motorcycle and a car at the junction of Clapgate Lane and Landseer Road in Ipswich Picture: Archant

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Landseer Road in Ipswich has been reopened after a crash between a car and a motorcycle early this morning.

Police attend the scene of a road traffic collision involving a motorcycle and a car at the junction of Clapgate Lane and Landseer Road in Ipswich Picture: ArchantPolice attend the scene of a road traffic collision involving a motorcycle and a car at the junction of Clapgate Lane and Landseer Road in Ipswich Picture: Archant

Suffolk police were called to the scene in Landseer Road, by the junction with Clapgate Lane, at around 7.15am to reports of a collision involving a motorcycle and a yellow Peugeot car.

Three police vehicles and two ambulances were called to the scene.

The motorcyclist was taken to Ipswich Hospital in a land ambulance and is in a stable condition, currently receiving further treatment.

The road was partially blocked following the collision, though traffic was still able to slowly pass by using the traffic lights alternately.

Police attend the scene of a road traffic collision involving a motorcycle and a car at the junction of Clapgate Lane and Landseer Road in Ipswich Picture: ArchantPolice attend the scene of a road traffic collision involving a motorcycle and a car at the junction of Clapgate Lane and Landseer Road in Ipswich Picture: Archant

Access to Landseer Road from Clapgate Lane northbound was completely closed while recovery took place.

The driver of the Peugeot was uninjured and the investigation continues.


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