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Two vehicles involved in crash at Halvergate

PUBLISHED: 18:34 18 February 2017 | UPDATED: 19:57 18 February 2017

Photo: Denise Bradley.

Photo: Denise Bradley.

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Two vehicles have been involved in a crash at Halvergate this evening.

The collision on the A47 happened at about 5pm.

Nobody was believed to have been seriously injured in the crash.

One fire crew from Great Yarmouth and one from Carrow attended the incident.

Firefighters assisted the police and made the vehicles involved safe.

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