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Cyclist suffered injuries to leg, face and head during collision with car

PUBLISHED: 13:55 23 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:46 23 October 2018

The accident happened on the B1456 in Freston Picture: GOOGLE

The accident happened on the B1456 in Freston Picture: GOOGLE


A cyclist suffered multiple injuries during a crash with a car on the Shotley Peninsula.

Suffolk police are appealing for witnesses following the collision in Freston on Saturday.

The cyclist was riding along the B1456 when they collided with a silver Volkswagen Polo at around 2pm.

They were taken by ambulance to Ipswich Hospital with leg, face and a possible head injury as a result of the collision.

Witnesses are asked to contact Suffolk police on 101, quoting reference CAD 262 of Saturday, October 20.

Alternatively, people can email the police officer.

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