Cyclist in stable condition after Aldeburgh van crash
- Credit: LORNA WILLIS
A cyclist who suffered serious injuries during a crash in a Suffolk seaside town is now in a stable condition, police have confirmed.
Emergency services, including an air ambulance, were sent to High Street, Aldeburgh around 4.10pm on Saturday to reports of a collision between a van and a bicycle.
The cyclist, a woman in her 50s, was taken to hospital by land ambulance for care.
Her injuries were initially deemed serious.
A spokeswoman for Suffolk Constabulary today said the woman had been assessed at hospital and was now in a stable condition.
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No-one else was badly hurt during the incident.
High Street was closed as emergency services worked at the scene.
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The road reopened at 6.30pm the same day.
The air ambulance landed on the beach near Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station.