Man needed treatment at James Paget Hospital after car crash in Caister
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A man is being treated in hospital following a car crash in Caister.
A call came into the emergency services call at 2.49pm on April 3 to reports of a crash on Second Avenue in Caister.
The fire service sent two crews from Yarmouth and Gorleston to the collision where they made the vehicles safe.
A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) said they sent a rapid response vehicle, ambulance officer, and ambulance crew to the collision between two vehicles.
Their spokesman added: 'At the scene a man was assessed and treated for what are believed to be minor injuries before taking him to James Paget Hospital for further care.'
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The police were also in attendance at the scene.
The road runs from the main Ormesby Road down to the beach and is largely residential with some shops at the top end.
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