Tributes left at scene of fatal crash near North Creake
- Credit: Archant
A man suffered fatal injuries when three cars were involved in a collision on the B1355, between North Creake and Burnham Market, on Friday night.
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Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Team (SCIT) are appealing for witnesses following the fatal crash on the B1355 which resulted in two people being taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn. A third person was also treated.
A spokesman in the Norfolk police control room has today confirmed that a man has died following the crash, which happened at about 7.25pm last night, although there is no update on the extent of the injuries to the other two people.
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An ambulance, a rapid response vehicle, a volunteer officer from the Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS) and an ambulance officer attended.
Firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to free a person from a vehicle.
The two crews from Wells and Fakenham then made the scene safe.
Police asked people to avoid West Street, which was closed in both directions, while investigations are underway.
A police spokesperson yesterday tweeted: 'Police attending three vehicle road traffic collision on the B1355 at North Creake. Please avoid this area.'
The condition of those involved is currently unknown.
More to come.