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Police officers at the scene of crash that involved a Police motorbike on the junction of Corporation Street and Gamble Street on June 6th 2017 (Photo - Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph)

Police officers at the scene of crash that involved a Police motorbike on the junction of Corporation Street and Gamble Street on June 6th 2017 (Photo - Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph)

Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph

Police officers at the scene of a crash that involved a Police motorbike on the junction of Corporation Street and Gamble Street on June 6th 2017 (Photo - Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph)

Police officers at the scene of a crash that involved a Police motorbike on the junction of Corporation Street and Gamble Street on June 6th 2017 (Photo - Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph)

Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph

The crash happened on Great Patrick Street.

The crash happened on Great Patrick Street.

Police officers at the scene of crash that involved a Police motorbike on the junction of Corporation Street and Gamble Street on June 6th 2017 (Photo - Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph)

Police are appealing for information after a PSNI motorcyclist became trapped under a car in Belfast on Tuesday morning.

The crash happened on Great Patrick Street.

Inspector Paul Noble said: “Police received reports shortly after 10:15am of an RTC in the vicinity of Great Patrick Street during which a male police motorcyclist became trapped under a car.

"This officer has now been taken to hospital for treatment to his injuries. A female in her 40s was also treated for shock at the scene.

"I would like to thank the public for their efforts in assisting at the scene and appeal to anyone with information contact 101 quoting reference 307 of 06/06/17.”

Belfast Telegraph