Teenage motorcyclist rushed to hospital after crash in Gravesend

News Shopper: Teenage motorcyclist rushed to hospital after crash in Gravesend Teenage motorcyclist rushed to hospital after crash in Gravesend

A teenage motorcyclist was airlifted to hospital with serious abdominal injuries after a crash in Gravesend.

The 17-year-old boy was taken to Kings College Hospital after the collision with a van in Freeman Road at 2.15pm on Tuesday.

Two ambulance crews, the air ambulance and police rushed to the scene of the accident.

Kent Police have confirmed that nobody was arrested and there were no suspicious circumstances involved in the crash.

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1:04pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Techvedic says...

Strange to see that Kent Police found nothing suspicious that could lead to accidents. Let them enjoy with their salary alone. Such distracted drivings are resulting into more road injuries and fatalities, and government and community should take instant and severe steps. Possibly technology as discussed here http://easytechy.com
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Strange to see that Kent Police found nothing suspicious that could lead to accidents. Let them enjoy with their salary alone. Such distracted drivings are resulting into more road injuries and fatalities, and government and community should take instant and severe steps. Possibly technology as discussed here http://easytechy.com /see-through-apple-p atent/ can help drivers and pedestrians to stay safe. Techvedic
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