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Four injured after three-car crash in Caister

PUBLISHED: 11:46 25 July 2019 | UPDATED: 13:52 25 July 2019

A three-car collision on Caister High Street caused delays on Thursday (July 25). Picture: Andrew James Wright.

A three-car collision on Caister High Street caused delays on Thursday (July 25). Picture: Andrew James Wright.

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Four people have been injured following a three-car collision in a Norfolk village.

Emergency services were called to reports of the crash this morning (July 25) on High Street in Caister.

The ambulance service was alerted at 10.52am to reports of a collision involving three vehicles.

Three ambulances and an ambulance officer attended the scene, treating four people with minor injuries.

Norfolk Police and the Fire and Rescue service were also called to the incident, which blocked the road in both directions, disrupting traffic through the village.

Crews from two fire brigades from Great Yarmouth and one from Gorleston used hydraulic rescue equipment and assisted the ambulance service with casualty care.

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