A47 Hardwick flyover at King’s Lynn reopened after two-car crash

Police appeal for information following attempted robbery in Lowestoft. Picture: Archant Library

Police appeal for information following attempted robbery in Lowestoft. Picture: Archant Library

A flyover was closed for more than 90 minutes after two cars were involved in a collision.

The A47 Hardwick flyover at King's Lynn was closed at 6.23am this morning (Monday, May 29) after the crash which involved a Renault Traffic van and a Vauxhall Astra.

A police spokesman said one person suffered slight injuries and was taken to King's Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

After the cars were recovered, police reopened the road at 8am.

The spokesman said: 'Road is now open and all emergency services have resumed.'

https://twitter.com/KingsLynnPolice/status/869086380642664448

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