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MOTORCYCLIST FLOWN TO HOSPITAL AFTER M1 CRASH

A person has been flown to hospital, after a serious motorcycle crash southbound on the M1 Motorway on the Central Coast.

Around midday, emergency services were called to the scene at Mount White, following reports a motorcyclist was hit by a falling tree.

The CareFlight Helicopter was tasked to the crash site, with the patient flown to hospital.

One lane of the M1 was closed for around an hour, with delays stretching more than three-kilometres.

Traffic is now returning to normal.

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