Motorcyclist left with 'life-changing injuries' following crash in Hatton

By James Smith

19th Sep 2023 | Local News

The incident happened close to the roundabout with Charingworth Drive (image via google.maps)
The incident happened close to the roundabout with Charingworth Drive (image via google.maps)

A motorcyclist has been left with "potentially life-changing injuries" after a crash in Hatton on Saturday (September 16).

The man - believed to be in his 20s - was travelling towards the village when he is understood to have left the road and been thrown from his bike into some nearby trees and fencing.

He was taken to hospital having suffered serious injuries.

Warwickshire Police is now asking for anyone with information to come forward.

"We're appealing for anyone who was walking or driving along Birmingham Road around 3.20pm on Saturday (16 September) to get in touch," a force statement said.

"It happened close to the roundabout with Charingworth Drive.

"Enquiries are ongoing and we're keen to understand the circumstances around the collision.

"Anyone who was in the area at the time or has dashcam footage of the collision is encouraged to contact the force quoting incident 251 of 16 September."


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