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A47 reopens after police incident

PUBLISHED: 16:48 17 June 2020 | UPDATED: 16:57 17 June 2020

Norfolk police were called to the Mattishall Road bridge over the A47 at 2.50pm on Wednesday, June 17, after a member of the public rang in concerned for the safety of a person. Picture: Google Maps

Norfolk police were called to the Mattishall Road bridge over the A47 at 2.50pm on Wednesday, June 17, after a member of the public rang in concerned for the safety of a person. Picture: Google Maps

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Part of the A47 near Dereham has reopened after a police incident.

Norfolk police were called to the Mattishall Road bridge over the A47 at 2.50pm on Wednesday, June 17, after a member of the public rang in concerned for the safety of a person.

Police closed part of the A47 while officers attended the bridge.

When officers arrived, there was no cause for concern.

The A47 was reopened at 3.40pm.


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