Crash in Hamilton

  • City collision: A minibus and a motorcycle were involved in this traffic incident (Photograph by Raymond Hainey)

    City collision: A minibus and a motorcycle were involved in this traffic incident (Photograph by Raymond Hainey)

A 16-year-old scooter rider was injured in a crash just before noon yesterday on Ord Road, Paget.

A police spokeswoman said that the cycle and a car were both headed east when they were in collision near the road’s junction with Cherry Hill Park.

The woman rider was taken to hospital for treatment for leg and back injuries, but they were not believed to be serious.

The 24-year-old male driver of the car was not injured.

In a separate incident, a minibus and a motorcycle were involved a crash in Hamilton

The collision happened at the junction of Victoria and Parliament Streets just after 11.30am.

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Published Apr 5, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Apr 5, 2019 at 12:33 am)

Crash in Hamilton

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