Casualty cut free from vehicle after early morning crash
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A casualty had to be freed from their vehicle by firefighters after a crash on a rural road.
Emergency services were called out following a collision on Denton Road in Earsham, near Bungay, about 8.50am on Tuesday, January 8.
With three crews attending from Harleston, Long Stratton and Bungay fire stations, a spokesman for Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said: 'Appliances from Harleston, Long Stratton and Bungay attended a road traffic collison on Denton Road, Earsham.
'Crews assisted the ambulance service with extricating a casualty using small gear.'
A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust said: 'We were called at 8.55am with reports of a collision in Denton Road, Earsham.
'We sent one ambulance to the scene, however we did not take anyone to hospital.'
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