Car crashes through hedge near Lingwood

PUBLISHED: 11:33 13 August 2017 | UPDATED: 14:32 13 August 2017

Police at the scene of a crash between Lingwood and South Burlingham. Pic: @Jordan210791

Police at the scene of a crash between Lingwood and South Burlingham. Pic: @Jordan210791


Emergency services attended as a car crashed through a hedge after careering off a road in Norfolk.

The crash happened where Norwich Road meets Church Road, between Lingwood and South Burlingham, at just after 10am this morning.

A fire crew from Acle also joined police at the scene.

The driver is not believed to have been injured.

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