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Motorcyclist flown to hospital with ‘serious, life-changing injuries’ after collision with car at junction of Station Road and Newlands Road in New Milton





A motorcyclist suffered life-changing injuries in a crash with a car in New Milton yesterday (Sunday).

Paramedic teams, including the Hampshire & Isle of Wight air ambulance, responded to the incident involving a Yamaha YBR 125cc and a Mini Countryman at the junction of Station Road and Newlands Road.

The alarm was raised shortly before 9.30am, and police and a local fire crew also rushed to the scene.

The collision took place at the junction of Station Road and Newlands Road in New Milton (picture: Google)
The collision took place at the junction of Station Road and Newlands Road in New Milton (picture: Google)

Having suffered what were described by the Hampshire force as “serious, life-changing injuries”, the biker was flown to hospital by the helicopter.

His next of kin were informed.

A road closure was put in place while the incident was dealt with
A road closure was put in place while the incident was dealt with

A spokesperson for the medical charity said: “Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance confirm that the air ambulance, carrying a doctor and specialist paramedic, was dispatched to an incident in New Milton at 9.33am on Sunday 9th June.

“Following treatment on scene, a patient was airlifted to hospital for further treatment.”

People are being urged to get in touch with police if they were in the area at the time of the collision.

A force spokesperson said: “Did you see what happened?

“Do you have a dash cam fitted to your vehicle which might have caught footage of the incident?”

Those with information should contact the force online at hampshire.police.uk or by calling 101, quoting reference 44240241820.



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