Motorcyclist injured after crash in Romford town centre
A motorcyclist has shoulder and pelvic injuries following a collision in Romford town centre this afternoon.
The crash between a bike and a car happened at around 1.35pm on London Road, near the junction of Eastbury Road.
The motorcyclist, a 33-year-old man, was taken to an east London hospital with what were initially thought to be life-threatening injuries. His injuries are now not as serious as first thought.
The driver of the car, an Audi A4, did stop at the scene.
Motorists were being advised to avoid the town centre earlier in the day while investigators from the traffic unit carried out inquiries, but the area is now back to normal.
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There have been no arrests.
Any witnesses call police on 101.
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