Woman cut free from car after crash in Thorpe Market, near North Walsham

Police were called to a crash in Aylsham. Picture: Archant library.

Police were called to a crash in Aylsham. Picture: Archant library. - Credit: Archant

A woman had to be cut free from a car by firefighters after a crash in north Norfolk.

The accident involved a BMW and a Mazda and happened on the A149 at Thorpe Market, near North Walsham, at the junction with the B1436, at about 8pm on Thursday, September 14.

A Norfolk police spokesman said: 'There were two people trapped in one vehicle and one had suffered a head injury. The fire service had to cut a woman free from a car. The road was closed until about 10.30pm.'

Fire appliances from Sheringham, Cromer and North Walsham attended, and the crews 'used hydraulic rescue equipment to extract a casualty from a car'.

The East of England ambulance service sent two ambulances and an ambulance car.

A spokesman said: 'Three people were injured, two of whom were taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Their injuries were not deemed to be life-threatening.'

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