Thick fog causes spate of accidents across Norfolk this morning

A picture of fog in Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams

A picture of fog in Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

There's been a spate of accidents on Norfolk's roads this morning following heavy fog across the county.

Police Sergeant, Chris Harris, urged drivers to stay safe and posted on Twitter: 'Very foggy on the A47 this morning. Make sure your lights are on and use fog lights appropriately.'

There were a number of accidents on Norfolk's roads due to the foggy conditions.

In King's Lynn, there are long delays eastbound, near to the Pullover roundabout. It's because of an earlier accident involving a car and a tractor, as well as a broken down vehicle. All lanes are now re-open following earlier closures.

At Fox Lane, North Tuddenham, one lane was blocked following an accident involving a lorry and a car which caused delays to the Konectbus straight 8 service.

There was also an accident involving three vehicles near Lamb Lane, Hempton, on the A1065, which partially closed the road can caused delays in both directions.

And in Thorpe St Andrew there was a collision involving a motorcycle on Woodside Road, not far from Salhouse Road, near the new zebra crossing.

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