Two hour delays after serious crash near Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

PUBLISHED: 16:57 19 March 2018 | UPDATED: 21:07 19 March 2018

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (Picture: Jeremy Durkin)

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (Picture: Jeremy Durkin)


Police are at the scene of a serious traffic collision in Norwich.

Officers were called just after 4pm this afternoon to reports of a collision involving a vehicle and pedestrian on Colney Lane near to the junction of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

Motorists have been advised to avoid the area and to find alternative routes.

First has said services 11,12 and 16 will not be able to serve the hospital forecourt and passengers are advised to get these services from Colney Lane Roundabout, where they will be terminating. Norwich Park & Ride added its 510 service will stop on Colney Lane near the John Innes Institute. Konect bus has said they are unable to serve the main hospital stops and will be picking passengers up from Colney Lane near the John Innes Institute.

Inspector Lou Provart said road access is now open following the investigation.

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