Update: A47 re-opened at Necton after two-car crash
The A47 at Necton has fully re-opened after a two-car crash today (Thursday).
A Norfolk Police spokesman said a red Nissan Micra and green Ford Focus were involved and the collision happened on the Norwich-bound road just after 9.30am.
The road was closed at 10.45am so the Ford Focus can be recovered, according to the spokesman, who added the road was re-opened at 12.55pm.
An East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said two people, one of whom was a man in his 80s, suffered suspected whiplash and were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn.
Firefighters from Swaffham and Dereham were called to the scene at 10.25am and left an hour later.
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