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Two-vehicle Attleborough collision sees air ambulance attend and people rescued by fire crews





Emergency services went to a two vehicle collision in Attleborough today which saw fire crews use rescue equipment to rescue people.

Norfolk Police, fire, ambulance and the air ambulance attended the incident which happened at the junction between Ollands Road and Hargham Road.

Officers were called at 1.07pm, following a report of a collision between two vehicles.

The collision at the junction of Hargham Road and Ollands Road saw an air ambulance attend. Picture: Google Maps
The collision at the junction of Hargham Road and Ollands Road saw an air ambulance attend. Picture: Google Maps

Fire units from Attleborough and Wymondham attended, making the area safe and releasing occupants from vehicles with hydraulic rescue equipment.



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