Road in west Norfolk still closed seven hours after 'very serious' crash
- Credit: Michael Fysh
A road in west Norfolk was closed for several hours after a "very serious" crash.
Investigations were being carried out by Norfolk police in the area following the incident this morning.
Twelve police vehicles attended reports of a crash at 8.30am on the B1145 Lynn Road just outside the village of Gayton.
The road was reopened later in the evening after 10pm.
The police had advised people to avoid the area.
Two fire crews from King's Lynn and an ambulance also attended the scene this morning.
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