Motorcyclist seriously injured on A10

A MAN is in hospital with serious injuries after a four-vehicle collision on the A10 yesterday (Monday). Two articulated lorries, a silver people carrier and a Yamaha motorbike were involved in the accident, which happened just after 2pm.

A MAN is in hospital with serious injuries after a four-vehicle collision on the A10 yesterday (Monday).

Two articulated lorries, a silver people carrier and a Yamaha motorbike were involved in the accident, which happened just after 2pm.

The 68-year-old motorcyclist, from Attleborough in Norfolk was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital suffering from multiple compound fractures.

A woman from Croydon, driving the people carrier, suffered minor injuries.


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The driver of a Scania lorry, a 41-year-old Polish man was uninjured, as was the driver of the other lorry involved, a 28-year-old man from Norfolk.

A woman who was driving along the A10 said she saw glass all over the road and paramedics treating a patient in a dyke.

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The road has now been cleared.

Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to contact Tim Elliot in the Roads Policing Unit on 0845456 456 4.

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