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Air ambulance called to a crash on the B1077

PUBLISHED: 13:30 09 February 2018 | UPDATED: 11:01 11 February 2018

Photo: Paul Russell

Photo: Paul Russell

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The air ambulance has been called to crash on the B1077 near Old Buckenham.

Emergency services were called to an incident involving two cars at the Mile Road and Heath Road junction on the B1077, near Old Buckenham at around 12.30 this afternoon.

Heath Road has been closed whilst fire crews and police attend the scene, the air ambulance has also been called.

The two cars involved in the incident are a red BMW 728 and a blue Toyota Yaris, one person has been taken to hospital but the condition of the drivers and number of casualties is not yet known.

Police are advising drivers to avoid the area and find alternative routes.

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