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Serious crash in West Norfolk attended by emergency services

PUBLISHED: 17:40 07 September 2018 | UPDATED: 17:40 07 September 2018

A serious two-vehicle crash occured on the B1145 in Rougham on September 7. PHOTO: Google Maps

A serious two-vehicle crash occured on the B1145 in Rougham on September 7. PHOTO: Google Maps

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Emergency services have been at a serious two-vehicle crash in West Norfolk.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service joined police and ambulance services on the B1145 in Rougham at 4.40pm today (Friday, September 7).

Fire crews from Massingham, Kings Lynn North and Kings Lynn South provided scene safety and casualty care.

They left the scene at 5pm.

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