EMERGENCY services were called to the scene of a crash this evening. 

Police, firefighers, paramedics and the air ambulance were scrambled to Tyersal Road, near its junction with Tyersal View, Tyersal, to reports of a crash involving a car and a motorbike. 

A spokesperson for Yorkshire Ambulance Service said they were called to the scene at around 5.15pm and sent two ambulances, the air ambulance and a doctor.

The spokesperson said a patient was taken to Leeds General Infirmary with reports of a head injury. 

The person, understood to be the rider of the motorbike, was taken to hospital by air ambulance. 

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service, said firefighters from Cleckheaton were initially called to a motorbike fire.

On arrival, it was found to be a collision involving a bike and a car and a male casualty, approximately 20 years old, was being treated by paramedics.

A West Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: "Police were called by the ambulance service at 5.16pm to assist with reports of a road traffic collision on Tyersal Road, Bradford.

"The incident involved a car and a motorbike. Officers are currently in attendance and one person has been taken to hospital.

"Enquiries are ongoing."