Fire crews release people trapped in their vehicle after crash in King’s Lynn
Two people have been released from their vehicle after a road traffic collision.
At 6.11pm crews from Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service were called to an incident on Raby Avenue, King's Lynn, where a collision had occurred.
Crews from King's Lynn North and King's Lynn South fire stations attended and used hydraulic rescue equipment to help the two people.
The two people, whose condition is not known, were treated by the East of England Ambulance Service.
The road is currently closed between the B1148 Loke Road Junction and Edma Street Junction.
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It is not known how many vehicles were involved in the collision.
Meanwhile recovery work is ongoing after two cars collided on the A10 in Tottenhill, south of King's Lynn.
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The road is currently partially blocked and there is heavy traffic southbound.
Further details of the accident have not been made available yet.