Two women and child in car which crashed into ditch in Norfolk
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No-one had to be taken to hospital after a car carrying two women and a child went into a ditch in Norfolk.
Fire crews from Thetford, Watton and Carrow attended a road traffic collision on A1075 at Griston at just after 2.30pm yesterday (Wednesday May 1).
Crews used hydraulic rescue equipment to help release one of the casualties from the vehicle.
A spokesman in the Norfolk police control room said fire crews and ambulance also attended after the car, which had two women and a child inside, went into a ditch.
But he described it as a 'non-injury RTC' and said no-one required hospital treatment.
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Elsewhere this afternoon, at just after 4pm a fire crew from Earlham attended an alarm activation on Waddington Court. This was a false alarm due to a system fault.
And at just after 3.20pm a fire crew from Earlham attended an alarm activation on Eaton Road. This was a false alarm caused by an apparatus fault.
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