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Norfolk Police launch appeal after motorcyclist suffers life-changing injuries in A17 crash at Terrington St Clement





Police have now launched an appeal into a three-vehicle crash which has left a motorcyclist with life-changing leg injuries.

Officers are looking for witnesses or anybody who may have dashcam footage following a serious collision between two cars and a motorcycle at on the A17 on Friday.

It occurred at the Station Road junction at Terrington St Clement, with the A-road closed off for around five hours.

The A17 was closed after the crash, which has left a motorcyclist with life-changing injuries. Picture: iStock
The A17 was closed after the crash, which has left a motorcyclist with life-changing injuries. Picture: iStock

A silver Ford Fiesta, a blue Hyundai Santa Fe towing a trailer and a black and yellow Honda CBR motorbike were involved – and the motorcyclist, a man in his 50s, was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge by air ambulance with suspected life-changing injuries to his leg.

Anyone with information on the manner of driving of the vehicles on the A17 or dashcam footage has been asked to either contact Jack Williamson at Norfolk Constabulary on 101 quoting CAD 378 from September 8 or email jack.williamson@norfolk.police.uk



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