Man suffers leg injuries in Lowestoft crash
- Credit: Nick Butcher
A motorcyclist has suffered a fractured leg following a crash in Lowestoft this afternoon.
An ambulance and a rapid response vehicle were called to the collision between a motorbike and a car at Long Road, close to Britten Road, Lowestoft at 12.09pm.
Upon arrival paramedics treated a man in his 40s for a fracture to his lower leg but his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
An ambulance spokesman said 'the man is reported to have come off his motorbike' and was taken to James Paget University Hospital, where he arrived at just after 1pm.
Police officers also attended the road traffic collision and traffic is currently being diverted down Britten Road while police attend to the scene.
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