Road reopens after four people are injured in Barnby crash
- Credit: Nick Butcher
Emergency services were called to a crash between a car and a van on the A146 at Barnby just before 1pm today.
Four people were injured in the crash, with one person with hip pain taken to the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston for treatment.
Another person was taken to the Paget with minor injuries, while the other two people did not need hospital treatment.
The road was completely closed, with drivers advised to avoid the area but it reopened at around 3.30pm.
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