Emergency services called to crash in Norfolk village

Carbrooke village sign. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Carbrooke village sign. Picture: Matthew Usher.

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Emergency services have been called to a crash in a Norfolk village.

It happened just before 5.30pm when Norfolk Fire and Rescue service were called to Norwich Road, in Carbrooke.

A spokesman for the fire service was unable to confirm how many vehicles were involved but two people were cut free.

The spokesman added firefighters were awaiting the arrival of paramedics.

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