Emergency services called to crash in Wroxham
- Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2012
Emergency services were called to a crash in Wroxham in which a car ended up on its roof.
Police, fire and ambulance were called to the crash on Salhouse Road just after 9.30pm on Thursday night.
One fire crew made the scene safe and helped the ambulance service, but had left the scene by 10pm.
At 10.30pm, a recovery vehicle was on its way to remove the vehicle.
Earlier today, police reminded drivers to take care on icy and foggy roads.
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