Two hurt in four-vehicle collision on A140 at Aylsham
A woman was taken to hospital and a child received a minor injury after a collision involving four vehicles on the A140 at Aylsham this morning, Thursday.
An ambulance spokesman said the woman was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital complaining of back pain and the child, one of four involved in the incident, was assessed on the scene for a nose injury.
The collision happened near the junction with the turn to Tuttington, at about 11am.
Police and fire crews from Aylsham, North Walsham and Norwich also attended and firefighters used hydraulic rescue equipment to release one person from a vehicle.
Police closed off the A140 and set up diversions between its junctions with Tuttington and Burgh Road.
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The vehicles involved were a silver Vauxhall Zafira, a white Renault Master van, a silver Honda Accord and a grey Toyota Hilux pickup truck.
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