The A47 Acle Straight has been cleared and re-opened after an earlier collision between a bus and a coach.
The road was closed between the Acle roundabout and the A12 Runham roundabout from around 10.20am.
A number of people suffered minor injuries and fuel was spilled onto the carriageway.
There are delays on the A47 in Norfolk after a bus and a coach collided on the Acle Straight at around 10.20am.
The road remains closed in both directions between A1064 Acle roundabout and A12 Runham Road roundabout in GreatYarmouth.
The accident happened just to the east side of the Acle roundabout.
There have been a number of minor injuries, but nothing serious.
Emergency services are now clearing up a fuel spillage at the location.
The A47 Acle Straight is closed in both directions after a collision between a bus and a coach.
It happened just to the east side of the Acle roundabout, but the whole road has been closed between A1064 Acle roundabout and A12 Runham roundabout, Great Yarmouth.
6 people have been slightly hurt and 2 others are being treated at the scene.
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Eight people have been charged following drugs raids in Norfolk yesterday.
Norfolk Police carried out warrants at a number of properties in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft in the early hours of the morning.
The charges include conspiracy to supply class A drugs such as cocaine and heroin.
Norfolk Police have confirmed that reports of a suspicious package found at a supermarket in Great Yarmouth was a hoax.
A controlled explosion was carried out at the Tesco supermarket in Pasteur Road in the town on Friday, by bomb disposal experts.
A 100 metre cordon was put in place around the scene and the supermarket was evacuated from around 4pm.
Police say the incident was the result of a hoax call.
"Steps were taken in the interests of public safety and we thank local residents for their patience and understanding during the course of the evening. Police enquiries into this matter continue."
Norfolk Police have confirmed that a bomb threat at a supermarket in Great Yarmouth was a hoax.
Bomb disposal experts from Colchester were called to the Tesco Extra store at Pasteur Road in Great Yarmouth at around 7pm. They used a remote-controlled robot to carry out an explosion just inside the main door of the store.
The supermarket had been evacuated soon after 4 o'clock this afternoon, following what's believed to have been a threatening phone call. Other nearby businesses were also evacuated and a 200 metre cordon put in place.
It's not yet been announced when the 24 hour store will reopen.
A bomb disposal unit has carried out a controlled explosion at a supermarket in Great Yarmouth.
Bomb disposal experts from Colchester carried out the explosion at the Tesco Extra store at Pasteur Road at around 8pm. The store had been evacuated soon after 4 o'clock this afternoon, following what's believed to have been a threatening phone. Other nearby businesses were also evacuated and a 200 metre cordon put in place.
A 200-metre cordon has been put in place around the the Tesco Extra store at Pasteur Road, Great Yarmouth. It's been evacuated after it's believed a threatening phone call was made to the store at around 4pm.
The Tesco store on Pasteur Road in Great Yarmouth has been evacuated and is temporarily closed after it's believed a telephone threat was received.
Norfolk Police say they are currently attending an incident. People living in the area are being asked not to travel to the store.