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28 July 2020 16:40

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A man has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following a crash near the M53 in Wirral. Motorists are currently experiencing delays on the A41 New Chester Road due to the collision which took place shortly after 12pm today (July 28). The road is partially blocked and there is queuing traffic between the M53 junction 5 (Eastham) and B5132 Eastham Village Road (Eastham County Park Turn-Off). North West Ambulance confirmed that the collision involved a motorbike and a car. The air ambulance was spotted landing near the accident which occurred on the Birkenhead bound side of the road.

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A man in his mid 30s has been airlifted to Aintree Hospital with serious injuries. Buses are affected between Wirral and Chester. An air ambulance has landed after a serious crash in Eastham. Traffic is said to mounting after a crash on the A41 New Chester Road, in Wirral. It is understood an air ambulance landed near the Starbucks coffee shop shortly before 1pm today.

Tailbacks are coming from the road after it was closed on the Birkenhead bound side of the road. Bus routes are currently affected by the crash. The Birkenhead service 1 and X1 are currently delayed to the incident on the A41, Eastham buses are being told to divert via the Wirral Circular trail, past Hooton station. We will be bringing you the latest updates on this breaking news story as soon as we get them in our live blog below. Keep up to date with traffic and travel news in your area by using your postcode below We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. For the latest news and breaking news visit /. Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you. Follow us on Twitter @LivECHONews - the official Liverpool ECHO Twitter account - real news in real time. We're also on Facebook/theliverpoolecho - your must-see news, features, videos and pictures throughout the day from the Liverpool ECHO.