Motorcyclist seriously injured after crashing into dry stone wall between Otley and Bramhope

The motorbike crashed into a dry stone wall on the A660 Leeds Road between Otley and Bramhope. Picture: Google
The motorbike crashed into a dry stone wall on the A660 Leeds Road between Otley and Bramhope. Picture: Google

Police are seeking witnesses after a motorcyclist was seriously injured in a crash in Leeds last night.

It happened just before 11.30pm when a Yamaha motorcycle came off the road between Otley and Bramhope and collided with a dry stone wall.

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Police said the motorbike had been travelling towards Leeds on the A660 Leeds Road at the time.

The 19-year-old rider suffered serious injuries and was taken to Leeds General Infirmary for treatment.

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A spokesman said Eastern Area Roads Policing Unit officers now want to speak to anyone who witnessed the incident

"The rider had been travelling with two other bikes when the incident occurred," he said.

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Anyone who saw the incident or the manner in which the motorbike was being ridden just prior to the collision is asked to contact the Eastern Area Roads Policing Unit on 101, referencing police log 2197 of June 4.

Tish Joyce.

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