Published: 12:00, 10 June 2014 |
A teenager was flown to hospital with multiple injuries after hitting a stationary car on his bike in Minster.
The 15-year-old suffered facial, head and neck injuries in the crash, in Drake Avenue, yesterday afternoon.
An air ambulance and a land crew were called to the scene at just after 5pm.
The boy was treated at the scene before the helicopter, which had landed in a nearby field, flew him to King's College Hospital in London.
His injuries are not believed to have been life-threatening.
A police spokesman said the boy was hurt after hitting a stationary car while on his bike.
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