Child hit by car in Great Yarmouth

PUBLISHED: 18:35 28 August 2018 | UPDATED: 18:35 28 August 2018

The ambulance at the scene in Great Yarmouth Photo: Liz Coates

The ambulance at the scene in Great Yarmouth Photo: Liz Coates


A child has reportedly been hit by a car in Great Yarmouth this evening.

An ambulance, paramedic car, and police vehicle were at the scene close to St George’s Park at around 5.50pm.

Rush hour traffic was held up but the road remained open.

One man at the scene said the child was a girl who looked to be around six years old.

The nature of her injuries is not known.

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