Emergency services called after crash on Norwich’s Dereham Road

Photo: James Bass.

Photo: James Bass.

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2014

Emergency services have been called to a crash involving four cars on Dereham Road in Norwich.

Norfolk police confirmed they had been called to the road, near the Cherry Tree pub, at just after 1.20pm today (Thursday).

Four vehicles were involved in the crash - a Peugeot 207, a Ford Fiesta, a Kia Picante and a Hyundai Tucson.

The road is not blocked, but the crash is causing disruption.

First buses tweeted that services 23A, 23, 24A and 24 were all subject to “heavy delays”.

They said that outbound services are being diverted Larkman Lane, Earlham Green Lane, Bowthorpe and Wendene.

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