Man airlifted to hospital following Great Wakering crash

Air ambulance at the scene

Air ambulance at the scene

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A MOPED rider was left with serious leg injuries following a crash in Great Wakering.

The crash happened at 5.30pm yesterday just outside the Co-op in the High Street.

The rider, a 26-year-old man from the Southend area, was airlifted to Southend Hospital. He was later transferred to the Royal London Hospital. He is in a serious but stable condition.

Police said the crash was between a red Ford Fiesta and a black Lexmoto moped.

Anyone who witnessed the crash should contact Sgt Mark York-Waide at the Laindon Response and Patrol Unit on 101.

 

Based on information supplied by Steve Bauer.

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10:19am Mon 14 Jul 14

ccd says...

Good news he's not too bad, had feared it was worse given how long the emergency services took to arrive.
Good news he's not too bad, had feared it was worse given how long the emergency services took to arrive. ccd
  • Score: -6

2:31pm Mon 14 Jul 14

John Right says...

Another biker learning invincibility, is a word not applicable to anyone under 100 years of age.
Another biker learning invincibility, is a word not applicable to anyone under 100 years of age. John Right
  • Score: 9

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