Police trying to trace lorry after it sheds its load in Ringland causing damage to cars
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Police are appealing for help to trace a lorry driver after a number of cars were damaged during an incident in the Ringland Hills area earlier this morning.
Police were called just before 8am to reports of a lorry shedding its load of clay and concrete rubble whilst travelling on the Ringland Road from Taverham towards the A47 Easton roundabout.
Four drivers reported punctures to tyres as a result of the debris on the road.
Ringland Lane and Costessey Lane both remain closed whilst Norfolk County Highways clear the road.
Officers are keen to trace the lorry driver who may be unaware of the incident. Anyone with information should contact PC Stu Watson at Acle Roads Policing on 101.
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