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Update: Road remains closed following serious collision between cyclist and car

17:37 12 December 2012

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A CYCLIST has suffered a potentially serious head injury after a collision with a car in Ipswich.

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Landseer Road has been closed due to the incident, which took place just before 5pm near the junction with Sandyhill Lane, and police remain at the scene.

Buses have been diverted as a result of the road closure.

The male cyclist has been taken to Ipswich Hospital.

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