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Man taken to hospital after collision between motorbike and car in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 12:16 28 September 2018

The collision occurred on Cauldwell Hall road on the  the junction with Fuchsia lane Picture: ARCHANT

The collision occurred on Cauldwell Hall road on the the junction with Fuchsia lane Picture: ARCHANT


A blue Volvo Estate and a Honda motorbike were involved in a road traffic collision just before 9am today.

An officer attended the scene Picture: ARCHANTAn officer attended the scene Picture: ARCHANT

A police officer and two ambulances attended the scene at Cauldwell Road on the junction with Fuchsia Lane in Ipswich.

East of England Ambulance have transported one man to Ipswich Hospital following the collision.

Recovery have been called to retrieve the bike.

Highways Agency have been called to deal with a small oil spill on the road.

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