Motorcyclist seriously injured following collision in Rayleigh

Echo: Motorcyclist seriously injured following collision in Rayleigh Motorcyclist seriously injured following collision in Rayleigh

A MOTORCYCLIST has been left seriously injured following a road crash in Rayleigh on Tuesday.

The collision took place when a red Honda motorcycle and a grey Mini Cooper struck each other at the junction of London Road and Victoria Avenue just after 8.30pm.

The motorcyclist, a man who is aged in his 70s, and is from Rayleigh, was taken to Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel after suffering from serious leg injuries.

He is in a stable condition.

The driver of the car, a man in his 30s who is also from Rayleigh, was not injured in the crash.

A section of the road was closed for two hours while the vehicles were recovered and debris cleared away.

Any witnesses to this crash should contact investigating officers at Laindon Road Policing Unit on 101.

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7:38am Thu 19 Jun 14

CarnMountification says...

Someone didn't give way as they should, hope it doesn't mean a leg made of wood
Someone didn't give way as they should, hope it doesn't mean a leg made of wood CarnMountification
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10:51am Thu 19 Jun 14

twoforone says...

Waiting at the traffic lights just as they were attending to him, drove back 20 minutes later and Ambulance was still at the scene, not a good sign. Hope the guy makes a full recovery.
Waiting at the traffic lights just as they were attending to him, drove back 20 minutes later and Ambulance was still at the scene, not a good sign. Hope the guy makes a full recovery. twoforone
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