Woman taken to hospital after crash on A47 Dereham Bypass
PUBLISHED: 09:19 08 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:26 08 February 2013
A woman in her 20s was taken to hospital this morning after a crash on the A47 Dereham Bypass.
The woman was cut out of her car by firemen, and police and ambulance staff were also at the scene of the accident, which happened near the A1075 Tesco junction.
The red Renault Clio car was travelling westbound towards Dereham when it appeared to have spun and went towards the verge.
The roof of the vehicle was cut off to allow crews to get the woman out.
She was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital with a minor back injury.
Steady snow fell around Dereham this morning but it is not known if it was a factor in the crash,
Traffic built up as one lane of the dual carriageway was shut.
There were also hold ups on Norwich Road as motorists have taken a diversion through the town.