Emergency services called to “serious” crash on Norfolk road

PUBLISHED: 18:10 21 November 2017 | UPDATED: 18:18 21 November 2017

Picture: Archant library.

Picture: Archant library.


Drivers have been warned to avoid a village near Great Yarmouth after what police described as a “serious” crash.

Emergency services were called to the crash near Browston Green after 5pm today.

The crash happened at the junction of Browston Lane with Yarmouth Road.

Norfolk police tweeted: “Road fully closed - please avoid - there will be delays” and said it was a “serious road traffic accident”.

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