Car ended up on its side in Yarmouth crash
- Credit: Geraldine Scott
Traffic was slow in Yarmouth this morning after an accident saw a car end up on its side near Fuller's Hill.
The crash - between a car and a lorry - happened at just before 9am.
Ambulance and fire crews, and police were on the scene and a woman and two children were taken to James Paget University Hospital.
However, a East of England Ambulance Service spokesperson said they only had minor injuries and this was a precautionary measure.
The lorry driver was assessed at the scene but did not need treatment.
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A spokesperson for Norfolk Fire and Rescue said no one had been trapped in any of the vehicles.
The accident caused congestion on the A149, North Quay, the Tar Works Road junction and on A47 New Road to the Paddys Loke junction.
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