Firefighters free person from overturned car
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Firefighters helped free a casualty from an overturned car this morning.
Emergency services were called to a road near Southwood Hall, not far from Freethorpe, at just before 6.40am.
Fire crews from Acle and Great Yarmouth went to the scene and used hydraulic rescue equipment to get a casualty out of the vehicle.
They also made the scene safe.
Emergency services were also called to a crash on the B1108 near Kimberley. Two cars - a Volkswagen Polo and a Mercedes - were involved in a crash near the Barnham Broom turning.
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That crash happened at just after 7.30am.
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