Two cyclists and a motorcyclist injured on Cambs roads

10:25 20 November 2012

Ambulance in St Albans

Ambulance in St Albans

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TWO cyclists and a motorcyclist have been injured in three separate incidents on Cambs roads yesterday.

An ambulance was called after a teenager came off his bicycle following a collision with a car on Cemetery Road, Whittlesey.

The boy, around 13-years-old, was thought to be in a state of shock and was transported to Peterborough City Hospital.

A cyclist in his 20s was taken to Hinchingbrooke Hospital with head and neck pain after a crash on Wertheim Way, Huntingdon.

The man’s injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

An ambulance was called after a man in his late teens fell from his motorbike and injured his hand on Railway Road, Wisbech.

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