Yarmouth roundabout now clear after two-vehicle accident
- Credit: Great Yarmouth Police
Emergency services were called to the Harfrey's Roundabout in Yarmouth this morning, after an crash which saw a car end up on its side.
Two cars - a Chevrolet Matiz and a Mercedes-Benz A200 - were involved in the accident just before 10am.
Police were called around 9.50am and two ambulance crews and an ambulance officer were also on the scene.
However any injuries were thought to be minor.
Two fire crews - one from Great Yarmouth and one from Gorleston - also attended to assist the ambulance and make the scene safe.
At 10.17am Great Yarmouth Police tweeted: 'A12 Harfrey's Roundabout passable with care. No access to industrial est. access only from the south due to RTC.'
Traffic was slow at the A1234 Pasteur Road junction until around 11.48am, when the police tweeted again to say the road was clear.
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