A TEENAGER was airlifted to hospital after falling from his motorbike.
The man, in his late teens, dislocated his leg in the incident opposite Brown Moss Farm, on Norley Road in Kingsley, Frodsham at 12.09pm on Sunday.
An ambulance was dispatched to help the man before the helicopter took him to the Countess of Chester Hospital.
AN AMBULANCE and rapid response vehicle sped to the scene of a two vehicle accident.
At 1.44pm, on Tuesday, the North West Ambulance Service were called to the junction of Meeting House Lane and Hillfoot Lane, Newton near Frodsham.
A police rapid response vehicle (RRV) and an emergency ambulance were dispatched to a two vehicle road traffic accident.
An unidentified patient was taken to the Countess of Chester Hospital.
Car in hedge
A CAR skidded into a hedge in the early hours leaving a 20-year-old woman receiving hospital treatment.
An ambulance was called to Hondslough Lane, Kingsley in Frodsham at 12.58am on Sunday.
The North West Ambulance Service said a female in her early 20s was taken to the Countess of Chester Hospital.
Cheshire Police spokeswoman Shelley Williams confirmed: “We were called at 12.55am. A red Ford Ka had skidded into a hedge.
“There was one 20-year-old female from the Northwich area with very minor injuries.”
Lamp post crash
A TEENAGER who crashed into a lamp post late at night was taken to hospital by ambulance.
The North West Ambulance Service were called to Warren Court in Frodsham at 9.42pm on Tuesday and a rapid response vehicle (RRV) and an emergency ambulance were dispatched to the car.
A male in his mid-teens was taken to Warrington Hospital.
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