Several hurt in two crashes
Five people had to be taken to hospital yesterday morning after two separate crashes.Two cars were involved in an accident on Dereham Road in Easton just before 10am.
Five people had to be taken to hospital yesterday morning after two separate crashes.
Two cars were involved in an accident on Dereham Road in Easton just before 10am.
Two men were taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, one with a shoulder injury and the other with abdominal pain.
Elsewhere, four cars were involved in a pile-up outside the golf club in Drayton High Road, Drayton, at about 10.30am.
Three people were taken to the N&N. It is believed their injuries were not life threatening.
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