Emergency services called to crash on Norwich’s Mile Cross Road
- Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2012
Emergency services were called after a crash involving two cars on a Norwich road.
Police, fire and ambulance crews were called to Mile Cross Road at just before 10.30am today.
Two cars had been involved in a crash, not far from the junction with Heigham Street/Waterworks Road.
Firefighters from Earlham were called to the crash.
Fluid which had leaked from one of the vehicles was initially thought to be petrol, but turned out to be water.
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It is not believed that anybody was injured in the crash, but police were still at the scene at 12.30pm.
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