Man treated by ambulance service after two crashes on Norfolk’s roads
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
Emergency services were called to two crashes on Norfolk's roads.
Police and ambulance went to a crash in Buxton Road, in Frettenham, at just before 7am today.
Two vehicles were involved in the crash, not far from the Rose and Crown pub.
A man was being treated by the ambulance service and police advised people to find an alternative route if possible.
And there was also a crash on the A149 at Snettisham at 6.50am.
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A Citroen Xsara and a van were involved in the crash, but it is not believed anybody was injured.
Police said the road was now passable.
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