Town high street was closed after lorry crash
- Credit: Matthew Usher
A town's high street was closed after a three vehicle crash involving a lorry.
Police were called at 10.50am today, Monday, January 20, to Watton High Street, on the B1108, at the junction with Hunters Oak, after a crash between a lorry and two other vehicles.
Officers were on the scene directing traffic as the road remained blocked.
Motorists were asked to avoid the area and allow extra time for their journey.
A police spokesman said the ambulance service was also called to the scene but injuries were not believed to be serious.
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Fire crews from Watton and Dereham attended the scene to remove the roof off of one of the vehicles after a passenger suffered breathing problems.
The road has now been re-opened.
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