Hells Angels involved in A30 crash between three motorbikes

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The gang were spotted at the scene of the accident at Fraddon

Bikers from motorbike gang Hells Angels have been spotted at the scene of a crash on the A30.

Three bikers were reportedly involved in the collision on the A30 eastbound at Fraddon, after the A39 at Indian Queens. The incident happened at lunchtime today (Sunday, July 7).

One of them was on the floor and sustained injuries. It is suspected that one man has a broken leg.

It is not known if the Hells Angels bikers spotted at the scene were involved in the incident itself or stopped to help.

Devon and Cornwall Police’s Force Incident Manager explained the cause of the crash.

He said: “A lorry has pulled out unexpectedly, then a car has braked to avoid hitting it and this appears to be the cause of the collision.”

The air ambulance attended the scene earlier and landed on the westbound carriageway, resulting in the closure of both lanes.


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