Air ambulance called to Westham collision
Emergency services were called to a collision in Eastbourne Road at Westham this morning (August 28).
An air ambulance landed near scene after a car and motorbike were said to have collided just before 9am.
The motorcyst was assessed and treated before being taken by road to Conquest Hospital in Hastings, the ambulance service said.
The incident happened between Rattle Road and Pennine Way, and blocked both sides of the road.
The road was cleared by about 10am.
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