Two pedestrians hurt in a collision with a car

PUBLISHED: 18:13 06 May 2015

East of England ambulance

East of England ambulance


A man and a child were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital following the incident in Downham Market.

A spokesman from the East of England Ambulance Service said: “Fortunately, the patients appear to only have sustained minor injuries.

“The man, believed to be in his 20s, has suffered an expected leg injury and the child sustained a minor face injury.”

The incident happened at around 4pm outside Clarks Newsagent, in Bridge Street.

Ryan Warwick, a Critical Care paramedic with the Norfolk Accident and Rescue Service, supported ambulance crews at the scene.

After assessing the patients, they were taken to hospital in King’s Lynn by ambulance.

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