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Pedestrian and cyclist taken to hospital after separate collisions in Bishop's Stortford

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Two people were taken to hospital after two separate collisions in Bishop's Stortford in the space of four-and-a-half hours on Saturday afternoon (March 7).

The first happened at about midday in South Street at the junctions with Nursery Road and Wharf Road, near the Jolly Brewers pub.

The collision involved a silver Skoda Octavia and a pedestrian. The pedestrian, a man in his 50s, was taken by ambulance to Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow with neck and back pain.

The East of England Ambulance Service was called at 12.05pm and sent an ambulance. Police were called five minutes later.

At 4.38pm on Saturday afternoon police were called to reports of a collision involving two cyclists in London Road, between ITVET's premises and the Baan Thitiya Thai restaurant.

A young male was taken to PAH by ambulance as a precaution after suffering a minor arm injury.

The stretch of London Road between the mini-roundabout junction with the A1060 Hallingbury Road and the Shell Thorley Little Waitrose garage was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident. The road closures were lifted by 6pm.

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