A11 reopens after air ambulance called to crash
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Part of the A11 in Norfolk has reopened after an air ambulance was called to a serious crash.
Emergency services were called to the crash in the southbound carriageway this morning (June 26).
In a tweet, National Highways East initially said: "The A11 southbound is closed between the B1111 near Snetterton and the A1087 near Thetford due to a collision.
"The northbound carriageway is held for an air ambulance to attend.
"Norfolk police are carrying out accident investigations."
In a later message, National Highways said all carriageways had reopened.
The tweet said: "All lanes are now open on the A11 southbound - between the B1111 near Snetterton and A1075 near Thetford following an earlier collision. Delays of approximately 10 minutes remain on the approach."
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The extent of any injuries is not yet known but Norfolk Police has been approached for more information.
A diversion route was put in place by police.