Chislehurst car crash leaves motorcyclist with serious leg injuries

Serious leg injuries for motorcyclist after crash with car in Chislehurst

Serious leg injuries for motorcyclist after crash with car in Chislehurst

First published in Bromley News Shopper: Photograph of the Author by , reporter

A MOTORCYCLIST suffered serious leg injuries after a collision with a car in Chislehurst on Saturday morning.

The 39-year-old man was taken to the Princess Royal University Hospital, in Farnborough, after a crash with a Vauxhall Astra at 6.50am, in Centre Common Road at the junction with Bromley Road.

Roads were closed for around an hour and a half.

No arrests have been made.

Did you see what happened? Please call the newsdesk on 01689 885 721.

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11:52am Mon 26 Nov 12

lee1981 says...

i went passed there saturday morning, The motorcyclist was laying on pavement being comforted by the people, but same again it says happened @ 06-50am... I went passed there @ 07-11am and there was not any of the 3 emergency services on scene!!! Hope all involved are ok :).
i went passed there saturday morning, The motorcyclist was laying on pavement being comforted by the people, but same again it says happened @ 06-50am... I went passed there @ 07-11am and there was not any of the 3 emergency services on scene!!! Hope all involved are ok :). lee1981
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12:03pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Heloise Wood says...

Hi lee1981, thanks for commenting, could you give me a call to talk about you saw on 01689 885 721? Thanks.
Hi lee1981, thanks for commenting, could you give me a call to talk about you saw on 01689 885 721? Thanks. Heloise Wood
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9:56pm Mon 26 Nov 12

Beckenham Chris says...

Eric Bristow is a legend
Eric Bristow is a legend Beckenham Chris
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2:30pm Tue 27 Nov 12

Eagles_Man says...

"Did you see what happened? Please call the newsdesk"

Surely "... please call the police" would be more appropriate? No?
"Did you see what happened? Please call the newsdesk" Surely "... please call the police" would be more appropriate? No? Eagles_Man
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