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A11 closed after crash

PUBLISHED: 13:35 01 February 2020 | UPDATED: 17:04 01 February 2020

A car involved in a crash on the A11 at Snetterton. Picture submitted.

A car involved in a crash on the A11 at Snetterton. Picture submitted.

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The A11 has reopened in both directions after a collision near Snetterton.

A crash is causing long delays on A11 at Snetterton. Picture Corben Creasey.A crash is causing long delays on A11 at Snetterton. Picture Corben Creasey.

One car overturned near the central reservation between Snetterton and the junction with the B1111 at Larling. The crash happened just before 1pm.

Police and Highways England warned drivers to avoid the area.

Traffic at a standstill near the scene of the crash on the A11 at Snetterton  Picture: Corben CreaseyTraffic at a standstill near the scene of the crash on the A11 at Snetterton Picture: Corben Creasey

One lane of the southbound carriageway reopened around an hour after the crash.

But long tailbacks built up on the northbound side, until one lane reopened just before 3.30pm.

Traffic is expected to take some time to return to normal.

Norfolk fire service said on its incident log: "Appliances from Attleborough, East Harling and Wymondham attended a road traffic collision on London Road. The crew made the scene and vehicle safe they also assisted the ambulance service with casualty care."

For the latest on the region's roads, see our live traffic map.


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