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Police are growing concerned for the welfare of a 14-year-old girl missing from Outwell.
Suada Gashi, of Baldwins Drove, was reported missing to police at 11pm on Monday 22 December. She was last seen in the Downham Market area.
It is believed Suada has connections in the London and Birmingham areas.
Suada is described as 5ft 1 tall, slim build, with long dark brown hair and hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing a black and white knee-length dress, black tights, black stripy wedge shoes, a grey and navy blue leopard print scarf, a dark blue cardigan, and a grey and black poncho.
Anyone who may have seen Suada or know of her whereabouts should contact Norfolk Constabulary on 101.
British Transport police have arrested a man on suspicion of dangerous driving following a crash between a lorry and a train on a level crossing in Downham Market this morning. Nobody was hurt.
A Romanian national has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving following a crash between a train and a lorry in Downham Market this morning.
We were called to a level crossing on the Downham Market southern bypass at 9.30am on Thursday 13 November, following reports of a train striking a lorry.
Colleagues from Norfolk Constabulary, Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service and East of England Ambulance Service also attended.
A Romanian national has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch has been notified of the incident.
There is currently a replacement bus service running on Great Northern trains between Ely and Downham Market. Tickets are being accepted on Abellio Greater Anglia services.
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A teenager has been seriously injured in a collision at Southery near Downham Market in Norfolk.
The 16-year-old was on Lynn Road when his moped hit the kerb at just before 7.30 this morning. He suffered serious head injuries and has been taken to Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge for treatment.
The road was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident, but it has since reopened. Norfolk Police are asking any witnesses to contact them.
Police say they're concerned for the welfare of two 15-year-old girls who have been missing for more than 10 days.
Crystal MacPherson and Priya Rainbank from Downham Market in Norfolk have not been in contact with their families since Saturday March 8.
It's believed they may be in Bedford. Anyone who knows where they are is asked to get in touch with Norfolk Police on 101.
Norfolk Fire Service has confirmed that a fire station which burned down on Tuesday morning wasn't fitted with sprinklers.
The retained station at Downham Market was destroyed along with a new vehicle inside. The damage has been estimated around two million pounds.
The county's deputy chief fire officer said the service should have followed its own advice.
The station currently has a new engine which is being kept at the police station, next door to the destroyed fire station.
Norfolk Fire Service investigations are continuing today into how one of its own stations caught fire, destroying the building and its new fire engine inside.
The blaze at Downham Market started in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Compressed air cylinders inside the building exploded.
The cost of the damage is expected to be around two million pounds.