Woman escapes uninjured from collision with lorry on A10 near King’s Lynn
- Credit: Archant Norfolk
A woman has been taken to hospital after she was involved in a collision with a lorry.
Emergency services were called just after 2.20pm to the incident at Setch, near King's Lynn.
An East of England Ambulance spokesman said: 'An ambulance crew and ambulance officer attended to a woman, believed to be in her 50s.
'Thankfully, she had no obvious injuries following the low speed collision, but was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital as a precautionary measure.'
Chief Insp Ed Brown, of Norfolk police, said: 'The road is now open and a female has been taken to hospital. We are aware that heavy traffic had built up as a result of this incident.'
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Traffic is now returning to normal on the busy road between Lynn and Downham Market.
Earlier, bus companies Lynx and Stagecoach warned of delays to services as traffic came to a standstill and long queues built up.
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