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Motorbike rider hurt in Mattishall accident

14:35 17 March 2012

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A motorcyclist was taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg today after being involved in an accident in the centre of Mattishall.

Norfolk police said it happened at about 9.30am in Mill Street, which links the main Dereham Road through the village with South Green.

The rider was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. The condition of the crash victim was not available.

A police spokesman said no other vehicle was thought to have been involved in the accident.

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