Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after crashing on A31 near Chilcomb

Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after road smash

Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after road smash

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A MOTORCYCLIST was airlifted to hospital after crashing on a Hampshire main road.

The rider came off his bike on the A31 between the B3047 Alresford Road and the B3401 Percy Hobbs Roundabout at Chilcomb at 5.20pm tonight.

He is being treated for what are thought to be serious but not lifethreatening injuries.

The road was blocked for more than an hour while the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance landed and police cleared the wreckage.

No other vehicles were involved and the road opened by 6.45pm.

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5:42pm Sun 29 Jun 14

CaNsA_ says...

NobCat is relieved to hear that the rider is ok.
NobCat is relieved to hear that the rider is ok. CaNsA_
  • Score: 13

6:01pm Sun 29 Jun 14

Minty! says...

Motorcyclists are all bad, bad people. I heard from a friend of a friend that the rider lost control riding over kittens.
Motorcyclists are all bad, bad people. I heard from a friend of a friend that the rider lost control riding over kittens. Minty!
  • Score: 14

6:20pm Sun 29 Jun 14

whatisthestory says...

More to the point, how are the kittens? And did they have a power band fitted
More to the point, how are the kittens? And did they have a power band fitted whatisthestory
  • Score: 6

7:06pm Sun 29 Jun 14

Rogerborg says...

Careful Now.
Careful Now. Rogerborg
  • Score: 7

12:03am Mon 30 Jun 14

Nobcat says...

How many kittens exactly?
How many kittens exactly? Nobcat
  • Score: 1

8:02am Mon 30 Jun 14

Motorbike courier says...

It wasn't the kittens, it was the dodgy shiny, slippy when wet road.

Out of hospital now and many thanks to the doctors, paramedics nurses etc that helped me. I owe you all my life.
Sorry for being 'that' awkward patient.

All i need to do is work out how I'm going to get my socks on and I'll be sorted.
It wasn't the kittens, it was the dodgy shiny, slippy when wet road. Out of hospital now and many thanks to the doctors, paramedics nurses etc that helped me. I owe you all my life. Sorry for being 'that' awkward patient. All i need to do is work out how I'm going to get my socks on and I'll be sorted. Motorbike courier
  • Score: 4

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