Motorcyclist in stable condition after Chelmsford Avenue crash
THE motorcyclist left fighting for his life after a collision on Grimsby's Chelmsford Avenue is now in a stable condition.
As reported on www.thisisgrimsby.co.uk, the 27-year-old man was airlifted to Hull Royal Infirmary with a serious head injury at about 2.45pm yesterday.
Humberside Police has just confirmed that the rider is now in a "stable condition".
His red, silver and black Honda trials motorcycle had collided with a white Ford van on Chelmsford Avenue, just north of the roundabout with Cambridge Road and Westward Ho, at 2.20pm.
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The male driver of the van suffered minor injuries.
The road was sealed off by police at both ends as officers carried out door-to-door enquiries.
The injured motorcyclist was driven by ambulance to the air ambulance, which had landed on the field next to the Grimsby Institute's Westward Ho campus.
Anyone who witnessed the collision or who may have seen the motorcycle or the van prior to the collision should call police on 101, quoting log number 401 of February 1.