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Kessingland: Motorcyclist in hospital after crash on A12

22:46 19 March 2014

Police were called to reports of the collision involving a black Ford Ka and a black Honda 125cc on the dual carriageway near Kessingland at around 9.20pm.

Police were called to reports of the collision involving a black Ford Ka and a black Honda 125cc on the dual carriageway near Kessingland at around 9.20pm.

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A motorcyclist is in hospital tonight after a crash involving a car on the A12 in north Suffolk.

Police were called to reports of the collision involving a black Ford Ka and a black Honda 125cc on the dual carriageway near Kessingland at around 9.20pm.

The male rider was taken to the nearby James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston-on-Sea with minor injuries, a Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said.

Further details of the rider and his injuries were not released by the force.

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