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Ambulance crashes with car in Norwich

An ambulance has been involved in a crash on the edge of Norwich.

Police confirmed they were called to a collision on Boundary Road, to the north of the city, just after 4pm.

Ambulance crashes with car in Norwich Credit: ITV Anglia

A spokesman said it involved a car and an ambulance at the Boundary Junction, one of the busiest in the city.

The road was closed for a while - and there were delays of around 40 minutes during the rush hour.

It's not thought anyone was seriously hurt.


Man dies in New Year's Eve crash on A140 in Norfolk

A man has been killed after two cars collided head-on on the A140 Ipswich road at Long Stratton south of Norwich.

The man, in his 30s, was the driver of a silver Ford Mondeo car heading for Norwich which was involved in a collision with a black Saab travelling the other way.

A man in his 30s was killed in a head-on road crash in Long Stratton on New Year's Eve.

The driver suffered serious injuries and died in the early hours of New Year's Day at the Norfolk & Norwich hospital.

A man, who was passenger in the Mondeo, is being treated for serious injuries while the driver of the Saab suffered minor injuries.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash which happened shortly before 4.45pm on Monday 31 December 2018 close to the junction of Church Lane in Long Stratton.

The road was closed nearly five hours.

Family pay tributes to Cambridgeshire woman killed in crash

Map of car crash location Credit: ITV Anglia

The family of a Cambridgeshire woman have paid tribute to her after she died in a crash yesterday (27th September).

75-year-old Joan Matthews of Chestnut Way, Mepal died on the A10 Ely Road, Little Thetford.

She was driving a silver Honda Jazz which collided with an articulated lorry.

"We are absolutely devastated at the loss of a wonderful mother, mother-in-law, sister and grandmother.

"Loved by so many, she will be dearly missed. We would kindly ask that we can mourn this tragic loss in private."

– Joan Matthews' family

Cambridgeshire police have asked for any witnesses to call 101.

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