Road cleared after two car crash in Long Stratton

Generic image of a police car belonging to the Norfolk Constabulary.Picture: James Bass

Generic image of a police car belonging to the Norfolk Constabulary.Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2014

Traffic has cleared following a two car crash in Long Stratton.

After more than two hours, the vehicle involved in the crash in Hill Farm Road, have been recovered.

The collision on the A140 happened at around 4.40pm.

The road was partially blocked and there were long queues southbound.

A fire crew from Long Stratton was sent to the scene following reports one of the vehicles had caught fire, however this was found to be dust from an air bag.

Firefighters made the car safe.

People are being warned that the collision could cause delays to various bus services, including Simonds 1 and 2, First 35 and Anglian 83.

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