Pictures: Firefighters free three people following crash on A140 in Norwich

Fire crews attend the crash on the A140 Boundary Road at the junction with the Reepham and Cromer roads. Fire crews attend the crash on the A140 Boundary Road at the junction with the Reepham and Cromer roads.

Monday, January 13, 2014
5:36 PM

Firefighters freed three people from cars following a crash in Norwich today.

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One of the vehicles involved in the crash on the A140 Boundary Road at the junction with the Reepham and Cromer roads.One of the vehicles involved in the crash on the A140 Boundary Road at the junction with the Reepham and Cromer roads.

The collision, involving a Nissan X-Trail and a Renault Laguna, happened just before 11.30am on the A140 Boundary Road at the junction with the Reepham and Cromer roads.

Fire crews from Sprowston and Earlham attended the scene and used hydraulic rescue equipment to release three people.

The East of England Ambulance Service sent a rapid response vehicle and three ambulances to the scene.

An ambulance service spokesman said crews treated four people for back injuries, none thought to be life threatening, and that all four were taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

Following the crash, drivers faced delays. The road was reopened at 1.20pm.

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