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Two injured after motorbike collides with pedestrians in Aldeburgh

PUBLISHED: 10:41 04 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:45 04 June 2018

The incident happened near the Regatta Restaurant on Aldeburgh's High Street Picture: GOOGLE MAPS

The incident happened near the Regatta Restaurant on Aldeburgh's High Street Picture: GOOGLE MAPS


Two people have reported minor injuries after a motorbike crashed into two pedestrians on Aldeburgh’s High Street.

Police were called at around 2.35pm yesterday to reports that a motorbike had hit two pedestrians and then a parked vehicle near the Regatta Restaurant.

Two ambulances attended the scene. One of the pedestrians reported an ankle injury, while the motorcyclist may have had a dislocated shoulder.

No serious injuries were reported.

A spokesperson for the East of England Ambulance Service said: “We were called to reports of a road traffic collision in High Street, Aldeburgh, yesterday at 2.30pm.

“Two ambulances and an ambulance officer attended the scene.”

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