Crash between ambulance on emergency call out and car in Norwich
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An ambulance on its way to an emergency call out and a car were involved in a crash in Norwich this morning.
It happened at the junction on Aylsham Road, Mile Cross Lane, and Boundary Road and police were called at 10.22am.
A spokesman for East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST) said the 999 crew had been en route to a call in Allens Lane, in Sprowston, along with a rapid response vehicle.
But they said: 'The ambulance was in a minor collision with a vehicle belonging to a member of the public at a junction, no-one was hurt.
'Another ambulance was sent to the initial call.'
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A Norfolk Constabulary spokesman said they were called to a crash between an ambulance and a BMW and the road was blocked, but reopened a short time later.
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