Acle Straight closed after crash between car and lorry

PUBLISHED: 09:52 20 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:31 20 January 2018

Picture: Denise Bradley

Picture: Denise Bradley

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The A47 between Acle and Great Yarmouth has been closed following a collision between a lorry and a motor vehicle.

Norfolk Police said they had recieved a call to attend the scene just after 8am.

“We recieved reports of a two vehicle crash involving a car and a lorry.


“The road is currently closed and our units are on the scene.

“We do not have details on whether there are any injuries at the moment.”

Police advised motorists to avoid the area and plan their routes accordingly.

“Drive with care and allow extra stopping distance, roads are still icy,” police said.

This story will be updated as more information emerges.

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