A cyclist was airlifted to hospital with potentially life-changing injuries after a collision with a lorry, according to police.
Police said the cyclist, a woman in her 70s, was trapped beneath a lorry following a collision at the Felpham Way junction on Friday (June 22).
A spokesman said emergency services were called at 9.24am, on Friday, to the junction of the A259 Felpham Way with Felpham Road and Downsview Road, Bognor Regis, after a lorry and a cyclist were in collision.
They said the female cyclist suffered potentially life-changing but not life-threatening leg injuries in the incident.
Nearby roads were closed as the Kent, Surrey and Sussex air ambulance (KSS) attended the scene.
A spokesman added: “The patient was airlifted to hospital with injuries which are thought to be life-changing rather than life-threatening.
“The incident has been described as a serious road traffic collision.”
Anyone who saw what happened, has dash-cam footage of the collision or other relevant information, was asked to contact police online or phone 101, quoting serial 395 of 22/06.
A spokesman for KSS said: “At 9.25am one of our Redhill based aircraft was received HEMS activation and was dispatched to an RTC incident – we lifted from Redhill at 9.28am and our HEMS crew were with the patient at 9.51am after landing on a closed carriageway.
“After receiving treatment, the patient was conveyed to RSCH Brighton, a Major Trauma Centre. Our crews left the scene at 10.34am and arrived at hospital at 11.02am.”
The lorry driver, a 33 year-old man from Nailsworth, Stroud, Gloucestershire, was unhurt, according to police.
Anyone who saw what happened, who may have dash-cam footage of the incident or who saw either party shortly before the collision is asked to contact Sussex Police online or by phoning 101, quoting serial 395 of 22/06.