Leytonstone News

Man hospitalised after motorcycle car crash in Leytonstone

The collision happened opposite the Jet Petrol Station on Leytonstone High Road

The incident happened opposite the Jet Petrol Station on High Road Leytonstone, Credit: Google Streetview

A man was hospitalised on Monday night (8th January) after a motorbike and a car collided in Leytonstone.

According to the London Ambulance Service, the incident happened at the junction between Beachcroft Road and High Road Leytonstone.

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A spokesperson said: “We were called at 8.50pm on 8th January to reports of a road traffic collision. We sent resources to the scene, including an ambulance crew and an incident response officer.

“Our first medics arrived at the scene in less than three minutes. We treated a man at the scene before taking him to hospital.”

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