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Motorcyclist suffers serious head injuries in crash at Holkham

17:26 20 August 2012

Police accident sign.

Police accident sign.

A motorcyclist suffered serious head injuries in a crash at Holkham, near Wells.

At approximately 2.15pm on Saturday, a black Kawasaki Ninja motorbike was travelling towards Wells when it was in collision with a red Citroen C4 heading into Holkham in the opposite direction.

The rider of the motorcycle, a man in his 30s from the Norwich area, received serious head injuries as a result of the incident and is currently in stable condition in Addenbrookes Hospital.

PC Mark Howes, of Swaffham Road Policing, would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision or the manner of driving or either vehicle prior to the incident.

PC Howes can be contacted on 101.

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