Man suffers neck and head pain after three vehicle crash in Great Yarmouth
- Credit: Ian Burt
The emergency services were called to a crash involving a van and two other vehicles on a busy road.
The collision happened near to the junction William Adams Way and Suffolk Road in Southtown, Great Yarmouth.
A vehicles involved in the crash near the Harfreys roundabout were a silver Renault Traffic van, a silver Ford Puma and a red Skoda.
A spokesman for the ambulance service said they were called at 9.49am on Monday to a report of a road traffic collision.
They added: 'An ambulance crew attended to a report of a man with neck and head pain.
'He was assessed at the scene but did not require transport to hospital.'
Two fire crews from Great Yarmouth attended and assisted the ambulance and made the scene safe, they had left the scene within half an hour.
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The ambulance service also requested the assistance of the police.