Four people were raced to hospital after two cars were in collision on the A140.
The incident happened at teatime on Friday, and police, fire and ambulance crews were at the scene to close the road and assist those involved.
Two men and two teenage boys were hurt in the collision between a Vauxhall Zafira and a Nissan Almera, which was in Thornham Magna, with one of the boys having injuries described as “serious”.
Although the teenage boys and their driver were able to get out of the vehicle without fire crews’ assistance, the elderly man driving the Almera needed to be rescued using hydraulic release equipment.
Suffolk Police are now appealing for witnesses to come forward to help them piece together what happened in the incident, which took place at about 5.30pm.
That stretch of the A140 remained shut with diversions in place until about 9.30pm.
If you were travelling along the A140, or were in the area prior to, or when the collision took place, call PC John Clarke at the Suffolk Police Headquarters Roads Policing and Firearms Operations Unit on 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
On Saturday afternoon, meanwhile, a fire crew from Attleborough was called to the scene of a road traffic collision in nearby Besthorpe.
Upon arrival at about 2pm, however, the south Norfolk firefighters’ service was no longer required.
On Sunday afternoon at about 4pm, firefighters from Attleborough attended another incident involving a car, this time with a vehicle found on fire in the open. Then, at 2am on Monday morning, a fire crew from Long Stratton was called out to tackle a car blaze in Field Lane, in Hempnall. Using breathing apparature, the fire was extinguished.