A crash in Great Yarmouth has left part of a wall destroyed and caused major disruption to people living nearby.

Police were called at 11.08pm last night to St Nicholas Road in Great Yarmouth after reports of a single-vehicle collision involving a car.

No one was injured during the incident, which took until 1am to clear and left a huge amount of damage. 

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There is still visible oil or fuel on part of Temple Road where the collision occurred.

Bricks have been removed from the pavement on Temple Road, but a pile still remains in front of homes on Coniston Square.

Neighbours were shocked at the loud bang shortly after 11pm which woke a number of families on the street who were sleeping at the time.