Three-vehicle crash on A47
- Credit: DAVY LOWRY
Part of the A47 was partially blocked off after a three-vehicle crash.
The collision, which involved two cars and a van, happened at 1.35pm on Sunday April 8.
It took place on the Dereham-bound stretch of dual carriageway between the Longwater roundabout in Costessey, Norwich, and Easton roundabout.
Insp Lou Provart, from Norfolk Police, said the incident involved a Peugeot car and Kia Picanto car.
He said no-one was injured in the accident.
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Eyewitness Davy Lowry, a 19-year-old photographer from Robin Close in Queen's Hill, Costessey, said he believed he saw a silver Peugeot car which had hit a tree.
Insp Provart added one man at the scene was 'safe and well'.
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He said no major queues were caused by the crash.
Firefighters from Carrow, Earlham and Sprowston were called to put out a fire in one of the vehicles.
Police officers from the local Norwich response team were called.
To keep updated on the region's roads visit the EDP live traffic map.