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Great Finborough: Woman crashes her motorcycle on B115 near Finborough School

PUBLISHED: 13:08 18 July 2014 | UPDATED: 13:08 18 July 2014

Woman injured after crashing her motorcycle

Woman injured after crashing her motorcycle

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A woman has crashed her motorcycle on the B1115 near Finborough School.

The woman came off the road at 12.05pm and is being treated at the scene by an ambulance crew for injuries to her arm.

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  • I was present at the time of the accident. Unfortunately, the rider of the motorcycle appeared to lose control of her vehicle and left the highway, entering the adjacent field at around 40 mph. The vehicle she was travelling on was 2 cars ahead of me and so the rear of her bike was the first thing that I saw,...as it was flying through the air ! The emergency services were immediately informed and attended quickly. A roadside assessment was made by the paramedics and after around 30 minutes, the rider was taken away for hospital treatment. Thankfully, this was a low speed accident with no other vehicles involved. Many thanks to all passers-by that slowed and offered help. I hope for a speedy recovery for the young rider.

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    digger the goat

    Friday, July 18, 2014

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