Air ambulance called to injured motorcyclist in Great Yarmouth
A six-year-old child escaped with minor injuries in the aftermath of a collision involving a motorcycle and car.
The motorcycle went out of control following the accident in Station Road, Southtown, Great Yarmouth, and is believed to have clipped the child.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance was called at about 9.20am this morning and landed in the nearby Homebase car park.
An EAAA spokesman said: 'The motorcyclist was assessed as having a minor leg injury and was taken to Gorleston's James Paget University Hospital by road.'
A police spokesman said Station Road was closed for a time as a result of the accident.
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