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No hospital treatment required following A47 collision involving bus and multiple cars: Update




There were no serious injuries following a collision between multiple cars and bus on the A47 which caused disruption to rush-hour traffic yesterday evening.

Police were called to the A47 at Necton at 4.35pm after several vehicles including a Honda, Renault, Mercedes and BMW were involved in a collision.

A First Eastern bus was also involved in the collision.

The road was cleared by 7.30pm after debris had to be removed from the road.

An ambulance trust spokesman said: "A rapid vehicle responded to a call following a collision on the A47 around 4.45pm yesterday evening.

"Nobody required hospital treatment."

Eyewitnesses reported traffic was queuing back to Swaffham on the eastbound side and Little Fransham for drivers heading west
Eyewitnesses reported traffic was queuing back to Swaffham on the eastbound side and Little Fransham for drivers heading west


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