Firefighters called to help release casualty following Norwich crash
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Firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to help release a casualty following a crash in Norwich.
Fire crews from Sprowston, Earlham and Hethersett attended the crash beteween a white Mazda and a blue Peugeot on Salhouse Road, Norwich, close to the Sprowston retail park just after 5.15pm today (Monday, November 4).
Crews used hydraulic rescue equipment and provided vehicle stability.
A spokesman in the Norfolk Police control room said there were "minor injuries" as a result of the crash.
At just after 6pm a fire crew from Loddon attended a crash on request from the Police.
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The crew provided scene safety and used granules.
Earlier, at just after 5.20pm, a fire appliance from Loddon attended suspected fire of road furniture on the A146 at Yelverton but it turned out to be a false alarm.
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