Air ambulance called to crash between two motorcyclists
- Credit: Archant
A road in north Norfolk has reopened after two motorcyclists crashed.
Emergency services were called at around 11.50am today (Saturday June 1) after two Harley-Davidson motorcycles - one black and one multi-coloured - were involved in a crash on the B1354 near Thursford, between Fakenham and Holt.
The East Anglia Air Ambulance was also called.
Officers from Norfolk police took to Twitter to warn other road users, who may have been travelling on the road, to avoid the area and find alternative routes.
A crew from the East of England Ambulance Service treated one of the riders for a head injury.
It is not thought that either of the motorcyclists were seriously hurt, although one is believed to have been initially unconscious.
The road reopened at 1.50pm.
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