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Update: Motorcyclist taken to hospital with pelvic injuries following crash in Ipswich

08:23 28 February 2013

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A MOTORCYCLIST has been injured after a collision with a car in Ipswich.

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Police and an ambulance were called to Princes Street at the junction for Ranelagh Road at about 7.15am.

A police spokeswoman said the rider had suffered pelvic injuries and was assessed by paramedic staff.

The crash involved a Renault Scenic and a Yamaha motorbike.

An ambulance spokesman said: “The motorcyclist was in his 20s, suffered pain to his coccyx and was transported to Ipswich Hospital.”

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