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Update: Congestion on A11 northbound is cleared following two-vehicle crash near Attleborough

08:58 01 June 2012

There were delays on the northbound carriageway of the A11 in Norfolk this morning, after two cars were involved in a crash.

Police were called to the scene at 8.15am after the crash happened close to the B1077 Ellingham Road on the way in to Attleborough.

All the people involved in the crash, involving a blue Ford Focus and a blue Skoda Sabia, only suffered bumps and bruises.

One lane of the road was closed from 9.20am as the vehicles were recovered and the road was open again by 10.10am.

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