Motorcyclist in hospital after St Ives crash with lorry

08:43 25 March 2014

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A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital with suspected broken legs after a crash with a lorry in St Ives this morning (Tuesday).

Paramedics were called to A1123 at the Needingworth Road junction at just before 6.25am to treat a man in his 20s.

He was given pain relief at the scene before he was taken to Hinchingbrooke Hospital with suspected leg fractures.

The road was closed and was reopened at 7.53am.

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