- Created on Thursday, 07 June 2012 11:26
A motorbike rider from Oxford has escaped an accident with a lorry without serious injury.
The rider has been told he was lucky after he collided with the vehicle in Station Lane yesterday.
Police closed the road for several hours while emergency services dealt with the accident appropriately.
A spokesperson for the South Central Ambulance service said that ambulance staff that happened to be passing by, stopped to help the injured rider.
"One of our ambulances came across the incident involving the motorbike and a lorry and stopped to help."
Further medical staff were then send to the scene in a rapid response unit.
The motorbike rider suffered a number of minor injuries from falling off his bike but nothing life-threatening.
He was taken to John Radcliffe Hospital after complaining about pains in his back and arms.
A spokesperson for the ambulance crew said, "He was taken to hospital as a precaution and his injuries were not life-threatening."
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