Cyclist hurt after crash involving van in Norwich

Emergency services tend to a cyclist o Dereham Road after cyclist and a van involved in crash. Photo

Emergency services tend to a cyclist o Dereham Road after cyclist and a van involved in crash. Photo: Mark Summers. - Credit: Mark Summers.

A cyclist has been taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg following a crash involving a van in Norwich.

Emergency services called to Dereham Road after cyclist and a van involved in crash. PIC: Mark Summe

Emergency services called to Dereham Road after cyclist and a van involved in crash. PIC: Mark Summers. - Credit: Archant

Emergency services, including the police and ambulance service, were called to Dereham Road at just after 9am today (Wednesday, April 26) to reports of a crash involving a push bike and a white Peugeot van at the junction with Nelson Street.

A spokesman for Norfolk police said a cyclist has sustained injuries to his head and leg although they were not thought to be life threatening or life changing.

A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) said they sent a rapid response vehicle, an ambulance crew, an ambulance officer and a response car from the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

A man in his 30s was treated for a suspected broken leg and was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

Emergency services tend to a cyclist o Dereham Road after cyclist and a van involved in crash. Photo

Emergency services tend to a cyclist o Dereham Road after cyclist and a van involved in crash. Photo: Mark Summers. - Credit: Mark Summers.


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He said the injuries were not life threatening.

Ambulance crews left the scene at about 9.45am.

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Emergency services tend to a cyclist o Dereham Road after cyclist and a van involved in crash. Photo

Emergency services tend to a cyclist o Dereham Road after cyclist and a van involved in crash. Photo: Mark Summers. - Credit: Mark Summers.

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