Emergency services called to accident near Halsey House in Cromer
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Emergency crews, including two fire engines and two police cars, were called to a traffic incident in Cromer.
The call was received at around 5pm on Tuesday, April 25, to an accident outside the town's Royal British Legion care home Halsey House, on Norwich Road.
It happened next to the mini roundabout and involved a light blue Nissan Micra and a white van.
Graeme Thomson, who lives by the Cromwell Road junction, said: 'This is the sixth accident at this junction since we moved here two years ago. It's getting beyond a joke. There should be traffic lights there.'
One lane was temporarily blocked while traffic was assisted around the incident. It was cleared by 6pm.
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The East Anglian Air Ambulance and a rapid response vehicle from the East of England Ambulance Service was dispatched.
A spokesman for the Service said: 'A woman was reported to be trapped.
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'They assessed and treated a woman with neck pain. However, she did not require transport to hospital.'