Car lands on side in single-vehicle collision in Attleborough town centre

Emergency services were called to a single-vehicle collision in Church Street, Attleborough. Picture

Emergency services were called to a single-vehicle collision in Church Street, Attleborough. Picture: Jake Becker - Credit: Archant

The high street of a Norfolk town was closed to traffic following an incident in which a car ended up on its side.

Emergency services were called to a single-vehicle collision in Church Street, Attleborough. Picture

Emergency services were called to a single-vehicle collision in Church Street, Attleborough. Picture: Jake Becker - Credit: Archant

Police, fire and ambulance all responded to the single-vehicle collision involving a Vauxhall Agila in Church Street, Attleborough, which happened just after 2pm today (Monday, August 14).

A police spokesman said: 'We were called at 2.05pm to a single-vehicle road traffic collision just outside the dentists'. A road closure was put in place at 2.11pm at Queen's Square.'

An East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said a woman was treated at the scene, and was then taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for further care.

The spokesman said her injuries were believed to be non-life threatening.

Emergency services were called to a single-vehicle collision in Church Street, Attleborough. Picture

Emergency services were called to a single-vehicle collision in Church Street, Attleborough. Picture: Jake Becker - Credit: Archant


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Church Street is a one-way street and is part of the town's central gyratory road system.

UPDATE: Police reported that the road was cleared and re-opened for traffic by 3.20pm.

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