Police investigation after van hits parked cars in Harleston

Police directed traffic after the bus and car crashed. Photo: Denise Bradley. Police directed traffic after the bus and car crashed. Photo: Denise Bradley.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014
10:45 AM

Police are investigating the cause of a collision in which a Ford Transit van ploughed into three parked cars in Harleston earlier this week.

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The incident happened in Redenhall Road shortly after 3.30am when the van crashed into a Citroen, Jaguar and Ford Maverick.

Police were called to the scene shortly after the crash and closed the road while clearing up. The street was reopened again by 4.30am.

A Norfolk police spokesman said officers were compiling a report to determine whether any offences had been committed before deciding whether to take legal action.

Nobody was injured in the incident.

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