Man hit by tram at Reeves Corner in Croydon
TRAMS are suspended between Reeves Corner and East Croydon train station after a man on a motorbike was hit by a tram.
The collision happened at about 7.20am at the junction between Tamworth Road and Church Road.
A London Ambulance Service spokesman said paramedics and a single responder had been sent to the scene.
The victim, who is thought to be in his mid-forties, was taken to Croydon University Hospital with injuries to his leg.
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A Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) spokesman said the injuries are not thought to be life-threatening or life-changing.
Firefighters from Croydon station's Red Watch were initially called out after reports the motorbiker was trapped underneath the tram, but a spokesman said he'd been pulled free before the crew arrived.
Transport for London is advising passengers to walk to East Croydon station and continue their journey from there.
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Bus routes 157, 264, 407, 410 and 455 are subject to diversions and delays because the tram involved in the collision is blocking the road.
Officers from the MPS and British Transport Police remain at the scene.