December 11 2013 Latest news:
Monday, October 7, 2013
There were a spate of crashes in the Norwich area this morning.
At about 8.45am there was a crash involving a cyclist and a Citroën C1 on Woodcock Road at the junction with Catton Grove Road in Norwich.
An ambulance service spokesman said the female cyclist, aged in her 20s, suffered a wrist injury and was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
Also at about 8.45am, there was a crash involving a cyclist and a Ford Mondeo on Oak Street in Norwich.
A police spokesman said the male cyclist suffered minor grazes but did not require hospital treatment.
At about 8.30am a Fiat Punto and a Mitsubishi Colt collided on the Norwich-bound carriageway of the A11, about one mile from Thickthorn.
A Norfolk police spokesman said nobody was believed to have been seriously injured in the crash and that the road reopened just before 9am.
Shortly before 8am there was crash involving a moped and a pedestrian at Norwich Road in Wymondham.
An ambulance service spokesman said that a man, believed to be in his late teens, suffered a suspected leg injury and was taken to Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, and that the pedestrian was not believed to have been injured.