Pedestrian and motorcyclist taken to hospital after collisions in St Albans
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Two teenagers were taken to Watford Hospital today (Friday) following separate collisions in St Albans.
Gary Sanderson, spokesman for East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST), said that following a collision between a motorcycle and a car at 7.55am near the intersection of Sandridge and Beech Roads, near the King William IV pub, a 19-year-old man was taken to Watford with a minor hip injury.
And at 10.17am, at Sainsbury’s, Everard Close, a teenage boy was taken to hospital with minor injuries following a collision with a car near the supermarket.
A spokesman for Herts Police said officers were called to both collisions by the EEAST.
The earlier incident, near the King William, was a collision between a red Gilera Runner - an Italian scooter - and a silver Ford Focus while the second, near Sainsbury’s, was a collision between a silver Skoda Fabia and a teenage boy.
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There were no further details available for either incident.
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