Woman cut free from car after crash in Caister High Street
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A woman had to be cut from her car after a crash on a high street.
The emergency services were called to a collision between two cars in High Street, Caister just after 6pm on Wednesday.
Fire crews from Great Yarmouth and Gorleston were called to help remove the woman who was stuck in her vehicle.
At the scene, the ambulance service treated the woman, believed to be in her 30s, for a neck injury.
She was then taken to the James Paget University Hospital for further care and assessment.
The cars involved in the collision were a blue Land Rover and a black Audi A6.
The road was closed for two hours while emergency crews dealt with the situation outside the Green Gate pub.
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Police officers directed traffic via back roads during this time before re-opening the road just after 8pm.
Firefighters also made both vehicles, and the surrounding area, safe.