Three people taken to hospital after two-vehicle collision in Caister
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Three people were taken to hospital with suspected spinal injuries following a crash between two cars in Caister.
At just after 10am on Monday morning, a collision between a Peugeot 207 and a Nissan Micra happened on Jack Chase Way in Caister.
Three ambulance crews attended the scene, along with a rapid response vehicle, to treat three people who were involved for suspected spinal injuries, which were initially assessed at the scene.
All three were then taken to James Paget University Hospital for further treatment, although their injuries were thought to be minor.
The collision happened on the Great Yarmouth-bound side of the road, near the Grange public house.
Police officers also attended the scene, directly traffic while the vehicles were recovered.
The incident caused disruption on the road for more than two hours while the recovery was carried out.
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