A47 re-opens after four vehicle pile-up
The A47 has re-opened after a four vehicle crash.
Police were called at 2.49pm today (Monday) to reports of a crash between four cars.
An Audi, Ford, Volkswagen and a Merecdes were involved in the crash at Burlingham, before the dual carriageway merges into a single carriageway.
Fire crews and paramedics were called to the scene but no-one is believed to have been injured.
Appliances from Carrow, Earlham and Sprowston attended the incident, making the scene and vehicles safe.
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The westbound carriageway was blocked while emergency services attended.
A police spokesman said: “Police were called to reports of an RTC between four vehicles.
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“A diversion was put in place and drivers advised to avoid the area.”
An East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said: “An ambulance was called to a road traffic incident on the A47, near Blofield, shortly after 2.50pm today (Oct 8).
“A number of persons were assessed at the scene. None required ambulance transport.”