A pedestrian has died after being hit by a lorry in Attleborough in Norfolk.
Officers were called at 12pm today (Friday 6 October) to reports of a collision on Station Road. Police say a male pedestrian died at the scene.
The road has been closed around the B1077, Connaught Road and Station Road and diversions have been put in place.
Police are trying to trace vandals spotted throwing bricks from a bridge over the A11 in Norfolk.
Two vehicles were damaged on Wednesday 22 February - one on the windscreen and the second on the front bumper.
The incident happened around 2.30pm on the Besthorpe Road Bridge over the A11in Attleborough.
In another incident at 1.20pm on Friday 24 February Norfolk Police said there were reports a man throwing glass from the same bridge but there was no damage.
This man is described as wearing a pink jacket and a hat with flaps which covered his ears. He was also seen riding a bike.
One lane has re-opened northbound on the A11 in Norfolk after an accident earlier this morning closed the road.
It happened between the Breckland Lodge roundabout and Ellingham Road just before 8am.
The closure caused long delays in both directions with tailbacks through Attleborough where traffic was diverted.
Southbound was also affected with long delays, caused by the diversion around the Breckland Lodge roundabout.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious crash on the A11 at Attleborough Sunday 19 June.
The single-vehicle collision happened at about 8.35am at the junction with London Road when a black Audi A4 travelling towards Thetford left the roadside, crashing into the Stag roundabout.
A woman in her 70s, one of the passengers, suffered serious head injuries and was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge by air ambulance for treatment where she remains in a serious but stable condition. The driver and two other passengers suffered minor injuries and were treated at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
The road was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident and fully re-opened at 1pm.
Norfolk police are appealing for help to trace a man missing from Old Buckenham near Attleborough.
34-year old Nadeera De Silva was last seen at his home address on Friday morning (4th March).
Nadeera is described as Asian with short black hair. It is not clear what clothing he was wearing when he was last seen.
Police are concerned for his welfare.
Health and Safety officials are investigating the death of a motocross rider at a track in Norfolk at the weekend.
He was 51-year-old Mark Davis. It's understood it was his first time on a bike for more than 20 years. He was killed at Besthorpe near Attleborough.
It is the second tragedy to hit the sport locally within a matter of weeks,
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson.
The man who was killed in a motocross accident in Norfolk has been named locally as 51 year old Mark Davis.
The track manager Mark Brown told ITV News this weekend marked the first time Mr Davis had been back on a bike in a number of years.
Mr Davis was riding a Honda 250cc motocross bike at the Moto X track in Besthorpe, near Attleborough, on Saturday afternoon.
He suffered head, neck and chest injuries in an accident and died at the scene.
A motocross rider has died in an accident at a Norfolk circuit.
The man, who was in his 50s and is yet to be named, was riding a Honda 250cc motocross bike at the Moto X track in Besthorpe, near Attleborough, on Saturday afternoon.
He suffered head, neck and chest injuries. Police were called to the scene shortly after 3.30pm. An ambulance and air ambulance also attended but he died at the scene.
Breckland Council's Environmental Health Department attended the scene after being informed of the accident, and are now leading the investigation.
MX has a main track with several jumps and a junior track. It was closed on Sunday following the man's death.
It's the second fatality in the sport recently. Last month, Tom Pattison died during a race at Blaxhall in Suffolk.
Two penpals who started writing letters to each other during the war are celebrating 70 years of friendship.
Muriel Cowley from Attleborough in Norfolk and Peggy Shafer from Philadelphia in America, have led almost parallel lives despite being on opposite sides of the Atlantic.
Nowadays they keep in touch by email but at the weekend they were reunited in Banham in Norfolk, where Muriel's daughter lives.
The pair both turn 80 this month and enjoyed a high tea with friends and family to celebrate!