Paramedics attend road crashes in Caister and Burgh Castle within minutes of each other

AMBULANCE crews attended two road collisions within half an hour of each other today.

At 10.13am they were called to Caister bypass to attend to a motorcyclist who had been injured. They treated a young woman who had suffered an arm injury and took her to the James Paget Hospital for further care. Just 16 minutes later, at 10.29am, they were called to reports of an overturned car on the High Road, Burgh Castle. A woman in her 40s was assessed by the crew but did not require hospital treatment.

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