Pedestrian hospitalised after collision with motorbike

Patient was conscious and responding when they conveyed him to hospital, SECAmb confirmed
Patient was conscious and responding when they conveyed him to hospital, SECAmb confirmed
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An pedestrian was taken to hospital with a head injury after a collision with a motorbike in Crockhurst Hill.

South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) were called to the scene at 9.33am on Wednesday after a motorbike collided with an 18-year-old man.

An ambulance and response cars were dispatched and the man was assessed by a critical care paramedic and the Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) team, a SECAmb spokesperson confirmed.

He was taken by ambulance to Royal County Sussex Hospital in Brighton with a head injury for further assessment and treatment.

Patient was conscious and responding when they conveyed him to hospital, SECAmb confirmed.

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