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East Anglian grain loaded for Libya

The MV Fraga is loading at Great Yarmouth Credit: ITV Anglia

More than twenty seven thousand tonnes of barley grown on the region's farms is being shipped to Libya.

The MV Fraga is being loaded in the outer harbour at Great Yarmouth. It will take a thousand truck-loads of grain to fill the hold.

A thousand truck loads of barley are being loaded for Libya Credit: ITV Anglia

The barley will be used as animal feed. It's the biggest single shipment of cereal to leave the region.

Man injured after car crashes into pub

The car embedded in the front of the Fox and Hounds in Barley Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man is in hospital with serious injuries after the car he was driving crashed through the wall of a Hertfordshire pub.

At just after 12.30pm yesterday staff at The Fox and Hounds in Barley near Royston heard an enormous bang. The car had gone through the front wall, narrowly missing a waitress and ending up in a children's play area. That part of the bar was empty at the time and only the driver was hurt.

The accident happened at around 12.30pm yesterday Credit: ITV News Anglia

It is thought that the car had come down a hill directly opposite the pub. For reasons not yet known it was unable to stop, and crashed through the wall. The pub's owner, Adrian Parkes, said it had been a real shock, and that his thoughts were with the driver and his family.

The Fox and Hounds with damage clearly visible Credit: ITV News Anglia

The police are investigating what happened. At the moment structural damage means the car cannot be removed. Construction engineers are assessing the damage, and beginning work to repair it. It is hoped that the pub can reopen by the weekend.

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