No serious injuries in crash involving car and van at Hainford but woman taken to hospital after Carbrooke accident
- Credit: James Bass
The drivers have escaped without serious injury following a crash involving a car and a van at Hainford.
Fire crews from Sprowston and Hethersett attended a road traffic collision on Buxton Road at just after 7.20pm on Sunday (April 9).
Crews made the vehicles involved safe and provided scene safety.
Police and Ambulance also attended.
A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) said they were called at 6.24pm and sent a rapid response vehicle, ambulance crew and ambulance officer.
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But, no one required transport to hospital following assessment at the scene.
Meanwhile fire crews from Watton and Hingham released one casualty from a vehicle following an earlier crash on the B1108 at Carbrooke.
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Crews provided scene safety and casualty care and used hydraulic rescue equipment to release the casualty following the crash which happened at about 6.30pm.
An ambulance spokesman said they were called at 6.34pm to a report of a crash on the junction of Norwich Road and Hendon Avenue.
A rapid response vehicle and ambulance crew attended.
A woman with back and neck pain was treated at the scene and taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for further care.
Her injuries are not believed to be life-threatening or serious.