Woman freed from crashed vehicle in Blofield Heath
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A woman has been freed from a crashed vehicle in Blofield Heath.
Emergency services were called to the single vehicle collision in Ranworth Road at around 9.10am today.
A police spokesman said it appeared that the vehicle had driven into the bank at the side of the road.
No injuries were reported to police, with the incident recorded as damage only.
The ambulance service was called at 9.11am, and an an ambulance officer attended to assess and treat one patient on scene.
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No further resources were required and the patient did not need to go to hospital.
The fire service sent appliances from Carrow and Sprowston, and crews manually freed the casualty.
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Fire fighters also assisted paramedics with casualty care and provided vehicle stability.
The road remains open.