Two people killed in south Norfolk car crash
Two people were killed and six people injured in a road accident near East Harling on Sunday morning.
Officers from the serious collision investigation (SCIT) team at Norfolk Police are appealing for witnesses following the fatal crash on the road between Kenninghall and Garboldisham.
At about 10.10am on Sunday, a black Vauxhall Zafira was travelling along the B1114 when, at the junction with Lopham Road, it was in collision with a silver Ford Puma.
Two rear seat passengers of the Puma, a man in his 20s and a woman in her 40s, both from the Watton area, were pronounced dead at the scene.
The female front seat passenger of the Puma, who is from the Woking area, was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge with serious injuries and remains in a critical condition.
The male driver of the Puma, also from the Woking area, was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital with serious injuries and is in a stable condition.
A 46-year-old man from the Zafira, which was travelling along the B1114 towards Garboldisham, suffered serious pelvic injuries and was also taken to the Norfolk and Norwich. Three others in Zafira, who are all from Great Yarmouth, received minor injuries.
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Paramedics from the East Anglian Air Ambulance, police and fire crews attended the scene. The road was closed for most of Sunday.
Anyone who witnessed the collision or has information concerning it is asked to contact the SCIT on 0845 456 4567.