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Lorry hits tree on A134 near Mundford

PUBLISHED: 10:02 12 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:31 12 January 2018

A lorry has hit a tree on the A134 close to Mundford. Picture: James Bass.

A lorry has hit a tree on the A134 close to Mundford. Picture: James Bass.

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A lorry has hit a tree on the A134 close to Mundford.

Police were called just after 9.10am this morning to the incident which happened close to West Tofts and around half a mile from the Mundford roundabout.

It is not believed anyone has sustained any injuries.

A spokesman for Norfolk Fire and Rescue said a crew from Thetford attended to clean up leaked fuel and to make the lorry safe.

The road has not been blocked.

Police are still on scene and are awaiting the lorry’s recovery.

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