A YOUNG boy was taken to hospital following after a collision with a car while riding his bike in Pembroke Dock yesterday afternoon, August 13.

Police, Wales Ambulance Service, and the Wales Air Ambulance were called to Wavell Crescent.

An eye-witness said a young boy was taken to hospital.

A spokesman for Wales Air Ambulance said: “Wales Air Ambulance attended the scene of a Road Traffic Collision near the Pembroke Dock area on August 13.

“The charity’s Dafen-based aircraft was mobilised and arrived at scene at 5.41pm.

“Following treatment from our ‘Welsh Flying Medics’ a patient was conveyed to hospital by road ambulance. We were clear at 6.20pm.”

A Dyfed-Powys Police spokesman said: "A 10-year-old boy was injured in a collision at Wavell Crescent, Pembroke Dock yesterday (August 13).

"Just after 5pm the boy was riding his bike and was hit by a car.

"He was taken to hospital by  ambulance with injuries not thought to be life threatening or changing.

"The road was cleared by 6.15pm."