Two motorbike riders now stable after crash in Ipswich
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A serious crash in Ipswich last night left two people in a serious condition - but both men are now stable at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
Emergency services were called to Felixstowe Road, just past the junction with Sandhurst Avenue, at 11.35pm.
A motorcycle carrying two people had collided with a parked and unattended Ford Transit van.
The riders were initially taken to Ipswich Hospital before both were transferred to the major trauma centre at Addenbrooke’s.
Both driver and pillion passenger, who were both male, were wearing helmets.
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The East of England Ambulance Service sent an officer, rapid response vehicle and two ambulances to the scene.
One patient had serious head and chest injuries, while the other had serious injuries.
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It is believed the motorbike was travelling towards Ipswich town centre.
Suffolk Constabulary is asking for any witnesses to the crash, or who may have seen the bike before the incident, to call officers on 101 quoting CAD394 of March 27.