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Car crashes into a house in Great Ryburgh

10:21 14 August 2012

A car crashed into a house in Great Ryburgh this morning.

A car crashed into a house in Great Ryburgh this morning.

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A car crashed into a house in Great Ryburgh, near Fakenham, this morning.

A 20-year-old man who was the driver of the car, a silver MG, suffered minor injuries and was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.

The incident took place on Station Road shortly before 8.30am.

The road is now clear and police have not, at this stage, appealed for witnesses.

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