Lorry and ambulance involved in crash at Bodham, near Sheringham

Two cars crashed near Hellesdon Hospital.

Two cars crashed near Hellesdon Hospital. - Credit: ©Archant Photographic 2010

A lorry and an ambulance have been involved in a crash near Sheringham.

A police spokesman said they were called to reports of a crash between a lorry and an ambulance at Holt Road, Bodham at 8.21am today.

The spokesman said it looks as if the crash was 'damage only' although there are no further details at this stage.

A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service Trust said: 'At around 8.20am today an ambulance, on its way to a treat a patient, was involved in a collision with another vehicle on the A148 near Bodham. A second ambulance was immediately dispatched to the original 999 call.

'An ambulance and a paramedic officer attended the incident where there was thankfully no-one injured and we are looking into what happened.'


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Meanwhile police are currently on scene of a three vehicle crash at Colman Road, Norwich. Police were called to reports of a crash involving a VW Van, a Peugeot 308 and a Ford Mondeo at about 7.50am.

One person has been treated for a facial injury, believed to be a cut lip.

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Earlier, emergency services, including a fire crew from Swaffham, were called to a two vehicle crash on the A47 at Little Fransham.

One of the cars involved, a Seat Leon, rolled resulting in a minor injury to the driver who was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital after complaining of neck and back pain. The car has yet to be recovered although is off the road.

And at just after 5am today a car also overturned in a crash at Eccles Road, East Harling near to Snetterton race circuit. No-one was injured in the crash although ambulance did attend. The Highways Agency were requested as the road was 'quite slippery' following the crash.

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