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Motorcyclist suffers serious injuries in smash.

A MOTORCYCLIST was left with serious injuries after a crash yesterday afternoon.

The incident happened close to St Asaph Business Park on the A55 just after 2.30pm.

Police and ambulance crews raced to the scene and the biker was taken to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd with injuries described as "serious but not life-threatening."

Roads policing inspector, Martin Best said: "Shortly after 2.30pm yesterday afternoon, North Wales Police and other emergency services responded to the scene of a road traffic collision on the A55 east bound off slip from St Asaph Business Park involving a black Honda motorcycle.

"As a result of the collision the motorcyclist has sustained serious but fortunately not life threatening or changing injuries."

A full investigation will now take place and police are keen to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time to call police on 101 quoting incident reference S130113.

Elsewhere on the A55 yesterday, another man was taken to hospital after a collision involving a motorcycle, a car and a van.

A Welsh Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: "We were called at 2.12pm to a road traffic collision on eastbound carriageway of the A55 near Lloc.

"We sent a rapid response car and an emergency ambulance to the scene, and a man was taken to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.

"His injuries were not thought to be life-threatening."

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Aug 27, 2015
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