Emergency services called following crash on A47

PUBLISHED: 18:01 17 November 2019 | UPDATED: 07:46 18 November 2019

Police accident sign. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Police accident sign. Picture: Matthew Usher.


Emergency services have been called following a crash on the A47.

Firefighters from Dereham were called following a crash on the A47 at Hockering shortly before 4pm on Sunday (November 17).

The crew helped to make the scene safe following the crash.

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The ambulance service had also been called but were later stood down.

A spokesman in the Norfolk Police control room said there were no injuries.

The incident had a knock-on effect on others travelling on the road.

Konectbus tweeted to warn passengers that its service 8 had been affected.

The bus company tweeted: "Service 8 - Delays are likely due to a closure on the A47 at Hockering. We are diverting via Matishall and East Tuddenham and still serving all stops, it's just taking a little longer to complete the journey."

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