Teenager serious ill after crash
POLICE have today named the Suffolk teenager who is fighting for his life in hospital after his motorbike hit a wall.Teenager James Nunn from Shotley Road, Chelmondiston, was in a critical condition in Addenbrooke's Hospital after suffering serious head injuries.
POLICE have today named the Suffolk teenager who is fighting for his life in hospital after his motorbike hit a wall.
Teenager James Nunn from Shotley Road, Chelmondiston, was in a critical condition in Addenbrooke's Hospital after suffering serious head injuries.
James, 17, was riding a Cagiva motorcycle at about 6pm on Saturday on the B1456 at Shotley when the accident happened. He was first taken to Ipswich Hospital, but was later transferred to Addenbrooke's Hospital.
A four-year-old girl and her mum were today in a 'critical but stable' condition, following another road crash.
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The young girl, the daughter of an American serviceman, was injured in a two-car accident in Mildenhall and it took the East Anglian Air Ambulance only 10 minutes to get her to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.
The American family were travelling in a red Sierra when the accident happened at just after 1pm on Saturday on the A1065.
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Doctors said the girl remained in a critical condition, while her mother's injuries were described as serious but not life-threatening.