Child hit by car in Britannia Road, Norwich
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A five-year-old child suffered slight injuries after being hit by a car.
Police confirmed the incident which occurred around midday on Sunday in Britannia Road, Norwich.
A police spokesman said: 'Police attended a minor incident in which a five year-old child suffered slight injuries. The incident was recorded as pedestrian error.'
Britannia Road resident Andy Sharp said there were ongoing issues associated with parking on Britannia Road and a 'log jam' by the Prison Cafe.
He said: 'The road is not designed for all these vehicles and it was an inevitable accident black spot.
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'We have speeding cars, joyriders, too many parked vehicles on the road and pedestrians including the young and elderly.'
He said residents on Britannia Road wanted permit parking for the area.
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