Two women injured in crash between van and a car on A47 Acle Straight
- Credit: Colin Finch
Two woman were injured in a crash on the Acle Straight this morning.
A crash involving a car and a van forced the police to close the road so paramedics could treat the women for back pains.
A spokesman for the ambulance service said: 'The women were treated for minor injuries at the scene before being taken to the Norwich and Norfolk Hospital.'
They added that their injuries were not believed to be life-threatening or life-changing.
The fire service, police and ambulance service were on the scene. There are no details of any injuries yet.
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The police were called by the fire service at 9.30am and the road was re-opened by 10.30am.
A diversion was in place via the A149 Caister bypass.
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The van involved is a white Toyota Hiace and the car us a silver VW Polo.