Man thanks emergency services after crash on the A11 at Larling
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A man who was involved in a crash on the A11 has thanked the emergency services for their help.
Steven Hill's blue SEAT Leon crashed into the central reservation of the southbound carriageway at Larling, close to the East Harling Junction, at 6.50am this morning.
An ambulance and rapid response vehicle attended and treated Mr Hill who was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for injuries to his arm and head.
Mr Hill, from Wymondham, said: 'A big thanks to all the emergency services involved and an apology to the drivers who may have been caught up in the delay.'
Lane two of the carriage was closed while debris and the car was removed and Highways England could inspect the barrier.
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It was reopened by 8.19am.
The fire service were also called and appliances from Attleborough, Wymondham and Thetford helped to provide scene safety.