Police at the scene of crash involving lorry and pedestrian in Station Road, Attleborough
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Police are currently at the scene of a serious road traffic collision in Attleborough.
Officers were called at midday today, (Friday, October 6), to reports of a collision involving a lorry and a pedestrian on Station Road.
Six police vehicles a fire engine, and two ambulance vehicles are on the scene and the police collision investigation unit is now looking into the incident.
The crash happened just outside Connaught Hall.
Station Road doctor's surgery has been closed and people have been told to go to Queen's Square practice instead.
The road has been closed to traffic and no pedestrians are being allowed to walk down the road. Police say it is likely to be closed for some time.
Police are directing traffic but motorists are being urged to find alternative routes where possible.
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