Road reopens fully after five-vehicle accident outside Yarmouth Stadium
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Police have confirmed the A149 between Great Yarmouth and Caister-on-Sea has reopened fully following a five-vehicle pile up.
At 5.48pm this afternoon Norfolk Police were called to the north-bound carriageway of the A149 just outside Yarmouth Stadium to reports of an accident.
A black Vauxhall Corsa, two Ford Focuses, a silver Nissan Micra, and a green tractor had collided.
A spokesman for Norfolk Police said no one had been seriously injured but one driver suffered minor injuries.
They were treated by East of England Ambulance Service Trust.
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North-bound traffic was filtered by police officers while recovery crews worked to clear the road.
Greyhound racing is held at the stadium every Wednesday from 6.30pm.
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Applicances from Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Fire Stations also attended the scene.
The road reopened at around 9pm.