Van and Volvo collision on country lane leaves three people in hospital
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Three people have been taken to hospital after two vehicles collided on a single-track country lane.
The incident happened on Rectory Road, Suffield, near North Walsham, at around 3.30pm today, when a white Vauxhall van and green Volvo collided.
PC Steve Lee, who attended the scene, said there were two people in the Volvo and one person in the van.
None of them sustained life-threatening, or life-changing injuries.
The two drivers reported neck and back pain while the passenger in the Volvo has a suspected broken arm. All three were treated by the East of England Ambulance Service, before being taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
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Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service sent crews from Aylsham, North Walsham, and Mundesley fire stations.
The road has reopened.
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