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Car crash on Dereham’s St Withburga Lane

PUBLISHED: 10:05 23 October 2017 | UPDATED: 11:37 23 October 2017

Picture: Archant Library.

Picture: Archant Library.

A fire crew from Dereham station was at the scene of a car accident on St Withburga Lane.

Emergency services were called to the incident at 11.45pm on Sunday, October 22.

The fire service made the vehicle and scene safe.

An ambulance was sent to the scene treat a patient with minor injuries.

No one else is believed to have been injured.

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