A134 reopens after crash between lorry and car
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Part of one of Norfolk's busiest A roads has reopened after a crash involving a lorry and a car.
Police were called to the A134 Bury Road just before 10am on Wednesday, following reports of a collision in Thetford.
There were long tailbacks in the area, but no passengers were trapped in the lorry or the car, a black Honda.
The road was shut in both directions from the junction with Queensway to the Harvest Energy petrol station.
Bus company Coach Services tweeted to say its services could not serve Queensway and would instead divert via Euston.
No-one is believed to have been injured and the vehicles involved were subsequently recovered.
The road was fully reopened by police at 12.20pm.
For the latest traffic information, check the EDP's live traffic map.
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