A man in his 80s has died after he was hit by a lorry near King's Lynn this morning (August 5).
It happened on Hall Lane in South Wootton just after 9.15am.
The man, who was a pedestrian, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The road has been closed since the incident, but should open again shortly.
Norfolk Police say that they are at the scene of a "serious crash" in South Wootton near King's Lynn where a pedestrian was hit by a lorry.
It happened on Hall Lane just after 9am this morning (August 5).
The road has been closed while officers deal with the incident.
More details to follow
King's Lynn Stars speedway rider Lewis Kerr is now out of an induced coma, his wife has confirmed.
The 25-year-old from Norfolk was riding for the Newcastle Diamonds at a meeting in Peterborough when he was involved in a serious crash.
He suffered serious head injuries and was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge where doctors put him into a coma.
His wife Jessie has now revealed that he is breathing unaided, but is still in critical care.
Meanwhile, a fund which has been set up to support Lewis and his family has already raised over £5,000.
A fund set up to help the family of Lewis Kerr as he lies in a coma in hospital has reached £2000 in just a few hours.
The popular King's Lynn Stars rider was competing for his loan side Newcastle Diamonds when he suffered head injuries in the crash at Peterborough on Sunday August 2.
His pregnant wife and parents were at the stadium and saw the accident.
Those who've set up the fund say they hope it will take pressure off his family while Lewis recovers. He's in a stable condition at Addenbrooke's Hospital.
The GoFundMe page can be found here
King's Lynn speedway rider Lewis Kerr is in a stable condition after his horrific crash in Peterborough at the weekend.
Lewis Kerr from Norfolk was riding for the Newcastle Diamonds at a meeting in Peterborough when he suffered head injuries. He was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge where he was placed in an induced coma.
The hospital says he's in a stable condition.
George English, the Newcastle Diamonds manager, said there had been little change but that there were positive signs for Lewis.
Lewis Kerr's brother has tweeted to say the family are hoping for good news from Addenbrooke's Hospital today.
Thanks for all your messages to Lewi and the family. Back up hospital today praying for some good news! Toughest bloke I know! Come on bro?
The joint boss of Peterborough speedway has added an emotional message to the flood of well-wishes for injured star Lewis Kerr.
The Newcastle and King's Lynn ace was airlifted to hospital following a horror crash in the Final of the Premier League Fours at the East of England Showground yesterday.
Specialist medics were flown in to treat Kerr at the track before he was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge in an induced coma.
Dale Allitt, joint boss at Peterborough and promoter of King's Lynn Young Stars, said Lewis would have wanted tonight's meeting between Wolverhampton and King's Lynn Stars to go ahead.
He discovered Lewis Kerr as an up-and-coming speedway rider graduating from moto cross.
So wake up this morning first thing I think about is @lewiskerrracing. Cmon mate please wake up we all luv you fella.
The thoughts and prayers of everyone connected to Peterborough Speedway – and I’m sure the sport as a whole – are with Lewis.
“He is a great guy who I have known since he took his first steps in the sport with the Young Stars at King’s Lynn.
“We can only hope for good news in the coming days. Lewis is a fighter and, if anyone can pull through adversity, it is him.”
Meanwhile British Speedway has announced it'll postpone the draw for the Premier League Riders' Championship which is due to take place in Sheffield next month.
Out of respect to Lewis Kerr and his family, we have taken the decision to postpone today's scheduled PLRC draw.
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A health watchdog says a hospital in Norfolk has made significant improvements and should come out of special measures.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn was heavily criticised two years ago over its standards of care. But following a recent inspection, the Care Quality Commission says it has improved.
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