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Ambulance service transports two people to King's Lynn hospital



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Two people were taken to Lynn's hospital following an accident in a West Norfolk village yesterday afternoon.

The ambulance service responded to a call shortly after 5pm to attend to a collision at the A1065 Castle Acre junction.

Two patients were treated and transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital after two ambulances and two rapid response cars were sent to the scene.

Two people were taken to Lynn's QEH after an accident at Castle Acre
Two people were taken to Lynn's QEH after an accident at Castle Acre

Fire crews from Swaffham and Dereham also attended the accident after being called at 5.07pm.

The firefighters made the scene safe and started leaving from around 6.15pm.



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