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Road reopens after morning crash on A47

A road traffic accident has caused delays on the A47 around Necton (the Tuns Road/Dunham Road turn off). Picture: DONNA LOUISE-BISHOP

A road traffic accident has caused delays on the A47 around Necton (the Tuns Road/Dunham Road turn off). Picture: DONNA LOUISE-BISHOP

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Traffic is back to normal after commuters faced lengthy delays on the A47 after a crash at Necton, between Swaffham and Dereham.

A road traffic accident has caused delays on the A47 around Necton (the Tuns Road/Dunham Road turn off). Picture: DONNA LOUISE-BISHOPA road traffic accident has caused delays on the A47 around Necton (the Tuns Road/Dunham Road turn off). Picture: DONNA LOUISE-BISHOP

The incident caused tailbacks in the westbound direction from the Tuns Road/Dunham Road turn off to the Station Road turn off at Little Fransham.

Journey times were delayed by up to as much as 15 minutes following the crash, on the morning of Tuesday, February 26.

The crash involved a Ford Focus and a Landrover Freelander, with one of the vehicles overturning onto its side, and left the road partiality blocked.

No one is believed to have been seriously injured although a crew from the East of England Ambulance Service Trust did attend,

A map showing the high levels of traffic on the A47 around Necton (the Tuns Road/Dunham Road turn off). Picture: GOOGLE/EDP LIVE TRAFFIC MAPA map showing the high levels of traffic on the A47 around Necton (the Tuns Road/Dunham Road turn off). Picture: GOOGLE/EDP LIVE TRAFFIC MAP

Norfolk police were at the scene after being called at around 7.20am. The road was cleared by 9.40am.

-For the latest on road conditions on your journey, visit our Live Traffic Map here.


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