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A17 reopens after collision near King's Lynn

PUBLISHED: 12:03 07 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:40 07 February 2018

A crash has left the A17 partially-blocked near King's Lynn. Picture: James Bass

A crash has left the A17 partially-blocked near King's Lynn. Picture: James Bass

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The A17 has re-opened after a collision on the approaches to King's Lynn.

Police said a lorry and a car were involved in the collision at Terrington St Clement.

Officers tweeted: “Police currently on scene at an rtc A17 near to Station Road. Lynn bound carriageway is blocked and traffic is being diverted along the C80.”

The road re-opened around two hours later. An ambulance spokesman said: “An ambulance and an ambulance car were sent. An adult male was treated for a head injury, and conveyed to Queen Elizabeth Hospital for further treatment.”

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