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Motorcyclist seriously hurt in Ipswich crash

PUBLISHED: 20:58 18 June 2018 | UPDATED: 06:28 19 June 2018

The scene of the crash in Ranelagh Road Picture: AMY GIBBONS

The scene of the crash in Ranelagh Road Picture: AMY GIBBONS


A man has been taken to hospital following a serious crash in Ipswich.

Ranelagh Road is closed to traffic while an investigation takes placeRanelagh Road is closed to traffic while an investigation takes place

Police were called to Ranelagh Road at 6.55pm today following reports of a collision between a car and a motorcycle.

The motorcyclist was taken to hospital with what police described as “serious but not life-threatening” injuries.

The road is currently closed between Ancaster Road and Paul’s Road while officers carry out investigation work at the scene. Police say they are currently awaiting recovery of the vehicles.

Stay with us for updates as we receive more information from the emergency services.

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