Man taken to hospital after a motorcycle and a car collide in Grindon Lane in Sunderland
A man was taken to hospital after a crash in Sunderland’s Grindon Lane.
Emergency services have confirmed they attended an incident at the junction of Grindon Lane and Durham Road on Monday afternoon (April 19), after a car and a cyclist collided.
A male patient was taken to Sunderland Royal Hospital, but Northumbria Police have said nobody was seriously injured.
The North East Ambulance Service said: “A double crewed ambulance came across a road traffic collision at the junction of Grindon Lane and Durham Road at 16.37 yesterday, between a car and a cyclist.
“We transported a male patient to Sunderland Royal Hospital.”
Enquiries into the incident are ongoing and police have asked anyone who has witnessed the incident to report it online at their website’s ‘Tell Us Something’ page.
A Northumbria Police spokesperson said: “Just before 4.50pm on Monday we received a report of a collision involving a car and a motorcycle on the junction of Durham Road and Grindon Lane.
"Nobody was seriously injured and enquiries into the circumstances around the collision are ongoing. Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to report it online at the ‘Tell Us Something’ pages of our website quoting log 810 19/04/21.”