Air ambulance called after motorbike collides with van in Melbourn

PUBLISHED: 14:59 05 June 2014 | UPDATED: 15:06 05 June 2014

The incident happened at around 2pm today (Thursday)

The incident happened at around 2pm today (Thursday)

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An air ambulance has been called today (Thursday) to the scene of an accident after a motorbike collided with a van.

The incident happened where the Shepreth Road meets the A10 in Melbourn at around 2pm.

Police and ambulance crews are at the scene in addition to the air ambulance.

It is unclear what injuries the bike’s rider or van’s driver have suffered at this stage.

The area is currently experiencing heavy congestion.

More to follow.

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