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Motorcyclist in hospital after Frosses Road crash


The air ambulance attended the scene.

The air ambulance attended the scene.

The air ambulance attended the scene.

A motorcyclist was left needing hospital treatment after a crash in Co Antrim.

The biker was involved in a crash with a car at around 11am on the Frosses Road near Ballymoney on Sunday.

The charity air ambulance attended the scene and the road was closed for a short period as the emergency services dealt with the incident.

PSNI sergeant Halligan added: “The driver of the motorcycle was taken to hospital by NIAS for treatment of injuries not believed to be serious.”

In a statement the Ambulance Service said it received a 999 call at 10:54 on Sunday following reports of a crash involving a motor cycle and a car on the Frosses Road Ballymoney.

"NIAS dispatched an emergency crew to the scene and also tasked the charity air ambulance to the incident," the statement said.

"Following assessment and initial treatment at the scene, one male patient was taken by road ambulance to Causeway Hospital."

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