Derby bike crash teen in hospital with broken leg, collar bone, and cracked ribs

Derby bike crash teen in hospital with broken leg, collar bone, and cracked ribs
 

A teenage cyclist involved in a crash in Derby remains in hospital with a head injury, broken leg, broken collar bone, and cracked ribs.
But police have said that the 16-year-old, from Normanton, does not have life-threatening injuries.
His pushbike collided with a Ford Galaxy near the junction of Burton Road and Warwick Avenue/Manor Road on Friday at 7.10pm. He was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham.
IN OTHER NEWS: Jail for Derby street robber Martin Piggott who targeted lone women Parts of Burton Road, Warwick Avenue and Manor Road were closed off for more than two hours... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 23
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