Serious crash closes main road for more than seven hours
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Police closed a stretch of the A1065 for almost seven hours following a serious crash between two vehicles in the early hours of the morning.
At shortly after 3.20am, police were alerted to a collision between two cars in South Raynham, near Fakenham.
Police, paramedics and three fire crews attended the collision, which saw fire crews have to extinguish one of the vehicles after it caught fire.
Police have closed the road completely between the Low Street junction at Weasenham St Peter and the West Raynham junction while investigations continue.
Police remained on scene for around seven hours, carrying out enquiries and diverting traffic away from the scene.
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The road re-opened at 10.36am on Sunday morning.
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