Air ambulance called as boy, 11, suffers serious leg injuries in collision

An Essex and Herts air ambulance

The air ambulance attended an incident in Sudbury this morning - Credit: Archant

An 11-year-old boy was taken to hospital with serious leg injuries following a crash between a scooter and a Grey Ford Eco Sport. 

Emergency services, including the air ambulance were called to the incident in Elm Road, Sudbury, at around 8.20am this morning. 

An East of England Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "An ambulance, a senior paramedic in a support vehicle and the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance attended a road traffic collision on Elm Road in Sudbury just before 8.45am today.

"A boy was transported to Colchester General Hospital for further assessment and treatment.” 

The boy, who was on a scooter, was later taken to Colchester General Hospital with serious leg injuries for treatment.  

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