Person released from car after crash in Great Yarmouth
- Credit: �Archant Photographic 2010
Two fire crews have released a casualty from a vehicle after a crash in Great Yarmouth this evening (Sunday, January 29).
A call came in to the emergency services just after 5pm alerting them to a road traffic collision in St Peters Road, in between the town centre and the sea front.
Appliances from both Gorleston fire station in High Road and the Great Yarmouth fire station in Friars Lane were sent to the scene.
They assisted the East of England Ambulance Service (EEAST) and Norfolk Police in releasing the casualty and also providing safety at the scene.
St Peters Road is a residential road which connects King Street near the town centre to Marine Parade and the attractions on Great Yarmouth's Golden Mile. It intersects with Nelson Road Central at a crossroads in the middle.
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