Suffolk: Bikers warned to watch out on icy roads
MOTORCYCLISTS are being warned to watch out for early morning ice after two separate incidents left two motorcyclists in hospital this morning.
The East of England Ambulance Service were called at 6.54am to a crash in Chapel Road in Carlton Colville, Lowestoft.
Crews took a man, whose injuries were not life threatening, to James Paget Hospital.
A second motorcyclist was taken to Colchester General after a similar incident in Pot Kiln Road, Great Cornard in Sudbury.
An ambulance was called at 7.55am and the man suffered non-critical injuries.
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An ambulance service spokesperson said: “We want to urge people to plan their journeys carefully and think about the ice on the roads. If you can set off later, do so and look out for our Get Wise in Winter campaign for safety tips.”
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