Police warning after three vehicle collision
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Emergency services attending the scene of a three vehicle collision on the outskirts of Norwich have issued a warning after a motorist escaped with a slight injury.
The incident happened on the B1150 at Crostwick on Thursday evening and involved a lorry, minibus and car.
A Norfolk Police spokesman said a motorist suffered a slight injury.
The Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team issued a reminder to drivers to be aware of the fatal four an initiative highlighting the potentially deadly offences of speeding, using a mobile phone, not wearing a seatbelt and driving under the influence of drink or drugs.
In a tweet, showing a picture of one of the vehicles involved, the team wrote: “We bang on about the importance of the #fatal4 and concentrating completely at the task in hand.
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“This collision could have had fatal consequences had there been other occupants in the vehicle.
“And yes! The damage is as a result of the collision and not emergency services.”
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Norfolk Fire and Rescue sent three fire engines from Carrow, Earlham and Sprowston to the scene at 5.14pm.
The spokesman said crews made sure the scene and vehicles were safe.