Biker hurt in accident near Shellingford

Police closed the road after the accident

Police closed the road after the accident

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A MOTORCYCLIST was taken to hospital after a serious collision with a lorry in the Vale of White Horse.

The 24-year-old man was riding a Yamaha motorcycle on the A417 when he collided head-on with a Scania tipper near Shellingford.

Police closed the road in both directions after the crash, which happened just after 4.30pm.

There was no update on the biker’s condition available last night.

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