A cyclist was taken to hospital after crashing with a "baguette" van outside Aylesbury Vale Academy.

An ambulance crew was sent to the scene outside the secondary school at around noon on October 12.

A South Central Ambulance spokesperson confirmed the man required medical treatment but the injuries suffered are not life threatening.

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The spokesperson said: "We were called at 12:00 to a collision involving a van and a cyclist. 

"We sent to the scene an ambulance crew who were assessing and treating one patient for non life threatening injuries. 

"The patient was assessed and treated at the scene by our crew and was taken onto Stoke Mandeville Hospital."

Thames Valley Police officers also arrived to provide assistance and ensure the area was safe.

The injured patient was taken away on a stretcher before being taken to A&E by the ambulance.

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