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Child airlifted to hospital in ‘serious’ condition after crash closes A10

PUBLISHED: 15:38 03 December 2018 | UPDATED: 07:29 04 December 2018

The A10 was closed at Stow Bardolph after the collision  Picture: Chris Bishop

The A10 was closed at Stow Bardolph after the collision Picture: Chris Bishop

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A child has been airlifted to Addenbrooke’s hospital in a serious condition after a crash which shut the A10 near the Wimbotsham junction.

The A10 was closed at Stow Bardolph after the collision  Picture: Chris BishopThe A10 was closed at Stow Bardolph after the collision Picture: Chris Bishop

Norfolk Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash which involved two cars and a van near Stow Bardolph.

A spokesman for the police said: “We were called at 11am to reports of a serious road traffic collision near to the Wimbotsham turning.

“One person was taken to hospital with serious injuries, whilst three others suffered minor injuries.

A spokesman for the East of England ambulance service said: Two ambulances, two ambulance officer vehicles and East Anglian Air Ambulance were called to the A10 near Stow Bardolph around 11am this morning, following reports of a road traffic collision.

“Four people were assessed at the scene, and a child was transported by air ambulance to Addenbrooke’s hospital in a serious condition.”

The road was closed for around five hours but has been reopened.

Anyone who may have witnessed the collision, or the driving manner of any of the vehicles prior to the incident, should contact Swaffham Roads and Armed Policing Team on 101 or email skipperj1@norfolk.pnn.police.uk.

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