Icy roads blamed on south Norfolk crashes
Icy road conditions have been blamed for a spate of crashes in south Norfolk this morning .Emergency services were called to three collisions that took place in the space of an hour at Dickleburgh, Starston, and Shelfanger.
Icy road conditions have been blamed for a spate of crashes in south Norfolk this morning .
Emergency services were called to three collisions that took place in the space of an hour at Dickleburgh, Starston, and Shelfanger.
The first collision happened when a Volkswagen Polo crashed in Norwich Road, Dickleburgh, at about 7.30am this morning.
The air ambulance was called, but the unconscious woman driver was taken to hospital by land ambulance.
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The second crash took place between a Ford Mondeo and Audi car at Hardwick Road, Starston, near Harleston, just after 8am. Two people were taken to hospital suffering from leg and chest injuries.
Police, paramedics, and firefighters were also called to Shelfanger Road, Shelfanger, near Diss, at 8.30am after a Suzuki Grand Vitara left the road and ended up in a ditch.
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A woman in her 40s was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University with chest injuries. The crash closed the road, near Shelfanger Hall, for almost two hours.