Person seriously injured after car crashes into wall
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One person was seriously hurt after a car crashed into a wall in a Norfolk village.
Emergency services were called to Crown Street in Banham at just after 12.50am on Saturday (August 7) to reports that a silver Audi had been involved in a crash.
Norfolk police said the vehicle had struck a wall and one person, who was in the vehicle, had been seriously hurt.
Police said a person was arrested following the crash.
East of England Ambulance Service and Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service also went to the scene.
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Fire crews from Attleborough and East Harling helped to make the scene safe.
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