A47 reopens after crash involving four vehicles
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The A47 has reopened after it was shut earlier this morning after a crash in west Norfolk.
The road was shut between Station Road in Middleton and Gayton Road in East Winch, following a crash.
The crash involved four cars and one of them had gone into a field, although police said nobody was seriously injured.
Firefighters and police were called to the crash at just after 5.15am today.
The crash involved a Nissan X-Trail Tekna, a Seat Ibiza, a white Mercedes and a tractor.
Police said two people suffered minor injuries.
First buses apologised to customers waiting for the 7.15am Norwich to King's Lynn X1 service, which did not run because of the crash.
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The road had reopened by 7.45am, although traffic was moving slowly.