Cyclist airlifted to hospital with broken leg and head injuries after collision with mini-bus (From The Advertiser Series)
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Man injuried in crash between cyclist and mini bus in Ferryhill
A CYCLIST was airlifted to hospital suffering from head injuries and a broken leg following a collision involving a mini bus.
The 59-year-old was injured in an accident on Broom Road, Ferryhill, County Durham, at 9.05am today. (Tuesday, October 8)
Paramedics treated the un-named cyclist before he was flown to the James Cook University Hospital, on Teesside, by the Great North Air Ambulance.
The cyclist is in a stable condition and the white Ford Transit mini bus driver, from Stanley, was unhurt.
Road closures were put in place by the police while they investigated the accident and motorists were allowed through again from 11.15am.
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