Teen motorcyclist and car collide at intersection of Marius and Jewry Streets, Tamworth

No serious injuries: Paramedics treat the motorcyclist at the scene in Tamworth. Photo: Gareth Gardner
No serious injuries: Paramedics treat the motorcyclist at the scene in Tamworth. Photo: Gareth Gardner

A MOTORCYCLIST has been taken to hospital after a crash in Tamworth on Tuesday afternoon.

Police, paramedics and fire crews were called to the intersection of Dean and Marius Streets after reports a motorbike and car collided.

“Paramedics treated a male patient believed to be aged in his late teens,” an Ambulance NSW spokesperson confirmed.

No serious injuries: Fire crews and a worker clean up the spill on the road at the intersection of Marius and Jewry Streets. Photo: Gareth Gardner

No serious injuries: Fire crews and a worker clean up the spill on the road at the intersection of Marius and Jewry Streets. Photo: Gareth Gardner

“The patient was transported in a stable condition to Tamworth hospital.”

It’s understood the teenager suffered a laceration to the elbow.

Fire crews were quick to mop up the spill on the road, and the road has since reopened.

Investigations into the crash are continuing.