Cyclists suffer serious injuries in car accidents in front of the school.


The pictures show an ambulance and a police car at the scene of the collision this morning at LIPA Elementary School on Upper Duke Street.

A cyclist was taken to hospital with “serious injuries” to his head and back following an accident outside an elementary school in downtown Liverpool.

A man was taken to hospital after a car hit his pedal wheel.

A spokeswoman for North West Ambulance confirmed that a man in his twenties suffered “severe” head and back injuries and was taken to hospital.

Ambulance officials confirmed that they were called shortly before 11 a.m. and sent an ambulance and a rapid response vehicle to the scene of the accident.

There is no indication that students were involved in the accident.

“The driver stopped at the scene of the accident.”

According to Merseyside police, the accident involved a treadmill and a Ford Galaxy, and the driver, who was uninjured, stopped at the scene.

A police spokeswoman said: “We were called to the Upper Duke Street intersection with Rodney Street just before 11am to report a traffic accident involving a pedal cycle and a Ford Galaxy.

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She added: “The male cyclist was taken to the Royal Liverpool Hospital.

The road was cleared and no barriers were erected.


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