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Car and motorbike collide in Collier Row

PUBLISHED: 14:14 04 November 2014 | UPDATED: 17:12 04 November 2014

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A collision between a car and motorcycle in Clockhouse Lane, in Collier Row, is causing bus diversions and road closures.

Police were called at around 1pm after reports of the crash outside the North Romford Community Centre.

A witness from the community centre, who asked not to be named, said the motorcyclist was initially walking around but later was made to lay down before he was taken to an east London hospital by officers.

A London Ambulance Service spokesman confirmed that an ambulance was called for but cancelled after police took the man to hospital before they arrived.

Bus route 365 is currently delayed and undergoing a diversion while the incident is dealt with.

This is the second collision to be reported in Havering today - earlier a three-year-old girl was knocked down outside a Harold Hill school.

Did you see the incident? Contact Sam on 0208 477 3892 or sam.blewett@archant.co.uk

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