Two road users suffered severe personal injuries when a car and a motorbike crashed at a junction on the A168 in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire.
The two vehicles, a Ford Fiesta and a Honda motorcycle collided and emergency services attended the scene.
The road was closed and the 34-year-old biker and 25-year-old motorist were both taken by ambulance to Harrogate District Hospital. A 20-year-old passenger in the car was also taken to hospital for treatment but sustained only minor injuries.
The rider and driver were later both reported to be in a stable condition, and the passenger was released from hospital.
The police investigated the scene during the road closure, and officers are now appealing to any witnesses of the collision to come forward with information which may help reconstruct events leading up to the accident and determine who is liable.
Once responsibility for the motorbike crash has been decided, the personal injury victims may choose to make compensation claims for their pain, suffering and loss of earnings.
Published on 2011-04-07 21:22:00
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