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42 children will be back at school this morning after the coach they were travelling on crashed in Norfolk.
All the youngsters from William Westley School near Cambridge were wearing seatbelts.
Only the coach driver was taken to hospital, with minor injuries. They were heading to Hunstanton yesterday when the coach overturned.
An investigation is underway.
A school coach has overturned into a field on the A10 near Downham Market in Norfolk.
It happened at Hilgay at approximately 11am.
Over 40 children from the William Westley Primary School in Whittlesford, Cambridgeshire, were on board.
The vehicle was one of five coaches that were heading to Hunstanton in Norfolk for a school trip.
The children and staff members suffered only minor injuries as a result of the collision and were able to leave the coach immediately.
The driver had to be cut free from the wreckage and has been taken to hospital for treatment.
Diversions have been set up in the local area.
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A coach believed to be carrying around 40 children has overturned on the A10 in Norfolk.
It happened at Hilgay near Downham Market, and the vehicle has come to rest in a ditch.
It's thought that none of the people on board are seriously injured, but the driver is still trapped.
The road has been closed in both directions with diversions in place at Steels Drove and Bridge Street.
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Children from William Westley Primary in Whittlesford have been arriving back at school after their coach overturned in Norfolk today.