Update: Police release details of crash on A140 near Tasburgh that saw driver hospitalised with leg injuries
A 39-year-old man was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital this morning following a three-vehicle crash on the A140 near Tasburgh.
Traffic on the A140 Ipswich Road was heavily congested this morning because of the crash, involving two cars and a van at around 6.30am.
The crash happened between the B1135 Hempnall turn and Hill Farm and was causing queues to stretch as far back as Long Stratton, before clearing by 10am.
Two fire crews, from Long Stratton and Carrow, attended to make the vehicle and scene safe, administering casualty care and using granules to deal with spillages.
The cars involved were a blue Vauxhall Vectra and a blue Nissan Micra, along with a white Ford Transit van - one of which ended up in a ditch.
A Norfolk police statement said: 'The Vectra was travelling towards Norwich when it was involved in a collision with the Nissan, which had been travelling towards Long Stratton.
'The Transit van, which had also been travelling towards Long Stratton, then collided with the Vectra.
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'The Nissan driver was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital to be treated for leg injuries.'
Officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen any of the vehicles prior to the incident. They are also keen to speak to a female pedal cyclist who is believed to have been in the area as well as the driver of a heavy goods vehicle, possibly a tanker.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Rob Hardingham on 101.