Woman still in hospital after Norfolk Christmas Eve coach crash
Police investigations are continuing into the Christmas Eve coach crash at Horsham St Faith.
The collision, involving a single-decker coach carrying pensioners on a Norfolk holiday break, took place at around 3.40pm on the A140 Cromer Road close to Hart's Hill Farm.
The road re-opened at about 9:20pm after a joint response from police, fire and ambulance.
A total of 19 casualties were originally taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Three remain at the hopsital, two are due to be released shortly and the third, an elderly woman, remains in a serious condition.
Forty-eight passengers and a driver were on board the Galloway Travel coach and the passengers who did not require hospital treatment continued their trip.
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