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Motorcyclist hurt in crash

PUBLISHED: 08:32 26 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:14 26 September 2018

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A motorcyclist has been hurt after a crash which blocked the A149.

The crash, which involved a motorcycle and a Renault car, happened near Richardson’s boatyard in Stalham at just before 7.40am today.

Paramedics and police are at the scene, which has blocked the road.

Police, who are assisting with traffic, said the motorcyclist had been injured.

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