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This article was published on July 28th, 2017
A man has suffered catastrophic injuries after being involved in a motorcycle accident.
The motorcyclist who is in his 40s was airlifted to a hospital in Plymouth with what are said to be life-changing injuries.
The police were called to the scene of the motorcycle accident late in the evening after reports of a serious road traffic collision involving a motorbike.
Police closed the road upon arrival and it remained closed for several hours whilst the police’s serious collision investigation team conducted their in-depth examination of the scene.
A spokesperson for the Devon and Cornwall Police issued a plea to anyone who may have witnessed the crash, asking them to come forward.
The cause of the crash remains unknown.
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