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Two cars involved in Scarning crash

PUBLISHED: 11:29 27 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:42 27 September 2018

Emergency services were called to an RTC in Scarning. Photo: James Bass.

Emergency services were called to an RTC in Scarning. Photo: James Bass.

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Emergency services were called to a road traffic collision in Scarning this morning.

The incident happened on Drayton Hall Lane and involved two cars, a Vauxhall Corsa and a Chevrolet.

One appliance from the fire service in Dereham attended the incident from 9:10am until 9:34am to make the scene safe.

Police also attended the crash and said there were no injuries involved.

The road was blocked but has now reopened again.

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