Woman suffers neck injury after crash on A143 at Haddiscoe

Emergency services are on the scene of a collision near Shipdham. Picture: Colin Finch

Emergency services are on the scene of a collision near Shipdham. Picture: Colin Finch - Credit: Colin Finch

A woman had to be cut free from her vehicle after crashing into a ditch at Haddiscoe this morning (Saturday).

Emergency services were called shortly after 9am this morning to the Haddiscoe bends section of the A143 – between Low Road and the B1074 Herringfleet Road.

Four fire crews from Yarmouth, Gorleston, Carrow and Loddon were sent to the scene to help the woman – who had suffered a neck injury.

An ambulance, rapid response vehicle and an ambulance officer also attended.

A spokesman said: 'She was taken to James Paget Hospital with a suspected neck injury.'


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The woman's injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

The road had reopened shortly after 1pm.

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