Road partially closed after car and van crash in Arminghall
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A man was taken to hospital after a car and van crashed in a Norfolk village.
The accident happened on the B1332 in Arminghall, just south of Norwich, at 7.50am on Wednesday.
It involved a Peugeot 206 car and white Ford Tipper van, according to a Norfolk police spokesman.
Police officers, as well as paramedics and an officer from the East of England Ambulance Service Trust, and firefighters from Earlham and Carrow were called.
A spokesman from the ambulance service said: 'The crew assessed and treated a man, believed to be in 30s, who was experiencing neck pain. The patient was taken to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital for further treatment. His condition is not thought to be life-threatening.'
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The road was partially closed to traffic while both vehicles were recovered.
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