Road reopens after person cut out of vehicle in city centre crash
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A road has reopened after commuters faced delays after a crash in Norwich.
Emergency services were called to an incident on Dereham Road, travelling into the city, at about 6.20pm this evening, February 18.
A person had to be cut out of a vehicle before being handed into the care of the ambulance service.
The road was partially blocked at the Dereham Road and Sweet Briar Road roundabout.
Norfolk Police put out a warning to avoid the area.
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On Twitter it said: 'Road closed at the roundabout of Guardian Road and Dereham
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'Large volumes of traffic building. Please avoid if possible.'
The police have since said it has reopened.
Fire crews from Earlham and Carrow were called to the scene.