Horse box containing cows overturns on A47 near to Keswick
- Credit: James Bass
A horse box carrying two cows has overturned on the A47 near to Keswick causing congestion for motorists.
Police and fire crews from Carrow and Hethersett were called to reports a vehicle had overturned on the A47, between the A140 and Thickthorn roundabout, at about 5.30pm this afternoon (Saturday, May 20).
An inspector in the Norfolk police control room said the overturned vehicle was a horse box containing two cows which both survived and have been safely taken from the scene.
No-one was injured following the crash which resulted in congestion as the incident was dealt with.
The road had been closed but the control room inspector said one lane had been re-opened while all other slip roads were about to be reopened too.
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