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Two vehicles in crash on Norwich Road

PUBLISHED: 17:21 12 March 2020 | UPDATED: 16:08 13 March 2020

Police and ambulances were called to the scene of a two-vehicle crash at the junction of the A1067 and Porters' Lane/B1535 at Lenwade. Picture: Supplied

Police and ambulances were called to the scene of a two-vehicle crash at the junction of the A1067 and Porters' Lane/B1535 at Lenwade. Picture: Supplied

Archant

Two cars have been involved in a crash on the main road between Norwich and Fakenham.

Police and ambulances were called to the scene of a two-vehicle crash at the junction of the A1067 and Porters' Lane/B1535 at Lenwade. Picture: SuppliedPolice and ambulances were called to the scene of a two-vehicle crash at the junction of the A1067 and Porters' Lane/B1535 at Lenwade. Picture: Supplied

The incident happened on (Thursday, March 12) at around 3pm at the junction of the A1067 Norwich Road and Porter's Lane/B1535, which intersect the road at Lenwade.

A police spokesperson said there were no serious injuries reported from the crash, but the road was blocked for some time both directions due to debris on the carriageway.

The spokesperson said: 'Police were called at 3.10pm to Porter's Lane, Lenwade, to reports of a two-vehicle road traffic collision. No serious injuries reported.

'The road was blocked due to debris. Recovery arrived around 3.30pm.'

Dean Bailey, who lives in the road at nearby Lenwade and is a councillor on Great Witchingham Parish Council, said the junction was an accident blackspot and has called for urgent action to be taken to improve road safety along the A1067 Norwich Road.

Zack Cowley, the husband of one of the people involved in the accident, said: 'I would like to thank the police, ambulance and fire brigade for there quick response and service at the scene.'

He said he also wanted to thank a woman who was first on the scene who assisted, and wanted to thank her in person if they could get in touch with her. Anyone who can help can email stuart.anderson@archant.co.uk.


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