Norwich School sixth former Simon Green in critical condition after Thickthorn roundabout crash
A teenage driver is in a critical condition after being caught in the six-car pile up at the Thickthorn roundabout on Thursday morning.
Simon Green, a sixth former at Norwich School, was on his way to class when his red Polo was trapped in the crash.
The 18-year-old from Swaffham was taken to Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital where doctors said he is in a stable but critical condition in intensive care.
He has serious head injuries.
This evening, head master at Norwich School, Steffan Griffiths, said: 'Our thoughts are with Simon and his family at this time. We are offering our support to them and are also making assistance available to other members of the school community.'
A 60-year-old also needed hospital treatment following the rush-hour crash which happened at 8am on the A47 slip road from the Dereham direction.
•Anyone who witnessed the crash should call police on 101.
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