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Update: Man in his 50s taken to hospital after collision between Audi and motorcyclist in Kentford

08:58 29 July 2014

Police have been at the scene of a crash in west Suffolk

Police have been at the scene of a crash in west Suffolk

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A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital with a possible leg fracture and shoulder injury following a road collision in west Suffolk.

Police were called to Bury Road, near the Bell Inn in Kentford, close to Newmarket, at around 8.40am.

A force spokeswoman said the motorcyclist had collided with an Audi car. She added that the male rider had sustained lower leg and shoulder injuries.

An ambulance spokesman said: “The man is in his 50s has been taken to West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds, his injuries are not serious; he has a shoulder injury and may have a fractured leg.”

The motorbike has been removed from the scene with the Audi taken to the side of the road which had been closed. It was re-opened at 10.30am.

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