Westpac Life Saver Helicopter confirmed a 55-year-old male was flown to Gold Coast University hospital with multiple injuries following a collision with a white vehicle on the Pacific Highway at Tyson Street this morning.
POLICE are investigating the cause of this morning's collision between a car and a motorcycle.
It is understood the vehicle was exiting a side street when the motorcycle, heading northbound, collided with the car.
Westpac Life Saver Helicopter has reportedly landed at South Grafton airfield to transport the injured male motorcyclist.
EMERGENCY services have this morning responded to a road collision south of Grafton.
The incident occurred on the Pacific Highway at Tyson Street with the highway closed in both directions.
It is understood a motorcycle and car have collided, with the male motorcyclist sustaining leg injuries.
Westpac Life Saver Helicopter is en route to collect the injured man.
Northbound traffic is advised to use Centenary Drive to Grafton or continue north.
Southbound traffic is advised to travel via Centenary Drive to rejoin the highway south of Grafton.
Heavy vehicles should consider the New England Highway from Sydney.
More information as it comes to hand.