UPDATE: Two in hospital after early-hours crash on A12 Lowestoft Road in Gorleston
Two casualties were taken to the James Paget University Hospital (JPH) in Gorleston after a crash this morning.
A lorry and a van were in collision on the A12 Lowestoft Road, between the Links Road and Bridge Road junction.
Two ambulances and a rapid response car attended after a call at 4.29am, and two patients were taken to the JPH.
One had to be cut from a vehicle by the fire service, and the other was suffering from minor injuries.
The ages and genders of the patients are not in ambulance service records.
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Service spokesman Gary Sanderson said: 'Two patients were found injured on our arrival and one was trapped in a car. 'Following treatment and stabilisation by the ambulance crews at the roadside, they were both taken to the James Paget Hospital for further care.'
A rescue pump and emergency tender from Great Yarmouth and a fire engine from Gorleston attended the scene and used hydraulic rescue equipment to cut free a casualty.
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There were traffic problems near the JPH after the incident, but the route is now clear again.
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