The A47 near Necton in Norfolk is closed in both directions because of an accident at Tuns Road. A lorry left the road and ended up in a ditch.
Queueing traffic and long delays on A47 Acle Straight coastbound between A1064 (Acle Roundabout) and A12 (Great Yarmouth). Travel time is around 30 minutes.
Police are appealing for the driver of a red car to come forward after two young girls were were killed last Thursday evening on the A47 on Wisbech. The car was seen travelling towards King's Lynn around the time of the incident.
The girls died at Walsoken when a black Ford Focus left the road and overturned, coming to rest on its side at the edge of a ditch.
It happened about 500 metres north of the Broad End Road junction as the vehicle travelled towards Wisbech.
Tamzin and Jessica Portor, aged 10 and seven and from Sutton Bridge in Spalding, died from their injuries.
Three other people travelling in the car, a 12-year-old boy, 38-year-old man and a 43-year-old woman, all suffered minor injuries.
Police have launched an investigation after two children died in a crash on the A47 at Wisbech.
It happened at 6.40pm on Thursday when a black Ford Focus left the road and ended up in a ditch.
Five people, two adults and three children, were all taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.
Sadly, two girls aged seven and 10, died of their injuries. The three other casualties remain in hospital, although their injuries are not believed to be serious.
The road was closed for several hours and was re-opened shortly before 10.30pm.
Officers continue to investigate.
The police are appealing for witnesses after an elderly couple, both in their eighties, died in a car crash on the A47 at Wendling near Dereham in Norfolk. It happened yesterday afternoon when two vehicles collided head on.
An air ambulance was called to the scene but the female passenger in one of the vehicles died before she could be taken to hospital. The driver of that car died later in hospital. The driver of the other vehicle, a woman in her sixties, was also badly hurt.
Part of the A47 near Swaffham in Norfolk has been closed, after a car crashed into the central reservation of the dual carriageway at 11:50am.
Three fire crews from Swaffham, Great Massingham and Thetford were called as well as paramedics.
MP's and business leaders from across the region will meet the Transport Minister to ask for millions of pounds to be spent improving the A47.
A report backed by local businesses says dualling would bring huge economic benefits and up to 10,000 jobs.
Dualling the whole of the A47 would cut the journey time from Peterborough to Yarmouth by 30 minutes but rather than dual the entire 105 mile length the plans focus on the pinch points instead.
Starting at Peterborough the plans include dualling the junction with the A47 and A1. East Winch and Middleton will be bypassed. The Easton and North Tuddenham stretch will be dualled, as will Blofield to Burlingham. Improvements will also be made to the Vauxhall roundabout in Great Yarmouth.
The A47 links the East to the Midlands - yet despite its importance, much of it remains single carriageway. Now a report backed by local MPs and businesses says dualling it would bring huge economic benefits...
A pedestrian has been killed on the outskirts of Dereham in Norfolk.
Police believe a man in his 30s from the Dereham area was hit by two cars near the Tavern Lane slip road on the A47 towards Norwich.
It happened in the early hours of the morning. A silver peugeot 307 and a black Audi A4 were involved. Police are keen to speak to witnesses.