Two hurt in crash on the Shouldham Road, near RAF Marham

Picture: James Bass

Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

Two people have been taken to hospital after a car was involved in a collision with a wall.

It happened just before 2pm on the Shouldham Road, near the RAF base at in Marham.

Police, fire and ambulance services all attended the incident.

Firefighters from King's Lynn south and Swaffham cut a woman free from the vehicle using hydraulic rescue equipment, before they made the scene safe. Police said the road was closed for just over an hour.

An East of England Ambulance spokesman said: 'We received a call today at 1.49pm to reports of an RTC where a car was in collision with a wall on Shouldham Road in Marham.

'We dispatched two ambulance crews, a rapid response vehicle, and an ambulance officer to assist.

'Medics treated two elderly patients, one for neck pains and the other for chest pains, before taking them both to Queen Elizabeth Hospital for further care.'

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