Emergency services called out to crashes in Banham and Winfarthing
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Firefighters were called out to two crashes in the Diss area today.
At 12.45pm at Winfarthing a crash was reported in Goose Green at Winfarthing.
A spokesman for the Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said: 'Appliances from Attleborough and Diss attended a road traffic collision at Goose Green.
'One person was manually assisted from the vehicle. Vehicle stability and scene safety was carried out. Small gear was used and assistance given to the ambulance service.'
The other crash happened in Banham with the fire brigade alerted at 12.05pm.
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The spokesman said: 'Appliances from East Harling and Attleborough attended a road traffic collision on Winfarthing Road. Services and scene safety was provided and assistance given to the police. Small gear was used.'
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