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Moped rider to hospital after crash in Malmö

today at 20.43 Oskar Forsberg

A car and a moped collided this evening on Slottsgatan, at the height of Agnesgatan, in Malmö.

Police and paramedics were sent to the scene.

The moped driver, a man in his 40s, was taken to hospital by ambulance.

The police currently have no information about the damage.

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