Motorcyclist dies on Suffolk road
A MAN was killed when the motorcycle he was riding crashed on the A12 in Ipswich.It is believed that the man was travelling out of town when he came off his bike on the London Road stretch of the A12 near to the Holiday Inn shortly before 9pm yesterday.
A MAN was killed when the motorcycle he was riding crashed on the A12 in Ipswich.
It is believed that the man was travelling out of town when he came off his bike on the London Road stretch of the A12 near to the Holiday Inn shortly before 9pm yesterday.
The exact circumstances of the accident are not known, but nobody else was believed to be injured in the incident.
One ambulance and two medics attended the crash scene, and a doctor pronounced the man, believed to be in his 30s, dead at the scene.
Traffic diversions were set up around Scrivener Drive and Spites Lane while the paramedics tended the motorcyclist and police made the road safe.
The victim has not yet been identified.
- 1 Ipswich Station closed as man arrested for possessing a firearm
- 2 Beautiful new bottomless brunches launch at Ipswich bar
- 3 'Lovely to be acknowledged' - Ipswich craft shop pleased with bounce back
- 4 Man arrested after Ipswich train station incident released
- 5 The early betting favourites to be the next Town boss
- 6 Items from Lidl and Sainsbury's recalled over health and safety concerns
- 7 North Stander: We've become a sacking club - and that makes me uneasy
- 8 Court to decide how much swindler should repay customers
- 9 70 Kesgrave houses switch on for Festive Light Trail
- 10 Yellow weather warning in place as Storm Barra set to hit Suffolk
Police would like to hear from anybody who was travelling in the area at the time of the accident, or who saw a motorcyclist travelling out of Ipswich.
People should contact Pc Alan Nixon at the Suffolk Police traffic unit on 01473 613500.