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Delays after tractor and car crash on A148 in East Rudham

PUBLISHED: 10:20 15 June 2012

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Motorists faced delays in a mid Norfolk village this morning after a tractor a car crashed on a main road.

The accident happened on the A148 at 7.28am in East Rudham, near Fakenham.

Cars were backed up in both directions on Back Street, Harpley, following the crash until just before 9.30am when the vehicles were recovered.

Both the tractor and black Ford Fusion had crashed into a hedge at the side of the road.

Firefighters from Fakenham and King’s Lynn were called, as well as paramedics and the police.

It is not yet known if anyone was injured.

More updates to follow.

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