Norwich City supporters in Hull coach crash
Supporters returning from a Norwich City football match in Hull were delayed for around two hours last night after a coach crash in the stadium car park.
Two coaches, both full of Norwich City Football Club fans, crashed as they were setting off to return to Norfolk.
A Norwich City Football Club spokesman said today that nobody had been injured in the incident.
Paramedics were called to check the passengers and Humberside Police gave one coach a full safety check before it set off.
Holt-based Sanders Coaches provide the official Norwich City Football Club transport for away games.
A Norwich City Footabll Club spokesman said: 'The crash happened when they were leaving Hull's ground in the car park area.
'One of the Sanders coaches collided with another Sanders coach. Paramedics were called but there was nobody injured. The most damaged coach was checked out by police.'
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He said a relief coach was sent from Norfolk to meet the supporters and they were picked up on the A17.
'It caused a delay of about two hours to their normal journey time', he added.
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