Two crashes on Norwich roads lead to delays
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Drivers and bus passengers faced delays in Norwich after two crashes on the city's streets.
Emergency services were called to Koblenz Avenue, near the junction leading to Morrisons, at just after 7.30pm last night.
The crash involved two cars, with police and an ambulance car attending.
Police said the two drivers had suffered minor injuries.
The incident led to some delays, with the number 25 First bus service disrupted.
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The 25 bus service was also disrupted by another crash in Unthank Road, which happened at just before 7.20pm.
That crash, close to the Georgian Townhouse, involved a car and a cyclist.
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Police said an ambulance was initially called, but had been stood down as a family member had arrived to take the cyclist to hospital.