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More than a dozen motorists have been caught using their mobile phones while travelling along the A11.
Police attended the scene on Wednesday after a lorry overturned on a roundabout at Thetford.
While dealing with the incident, Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team reported 13 drivers for driving and using their mobile phones to take pictures of the road traffic collision.
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A man in his 30s is in a critical condition after being stabbed in Thetford last night. (31 January)
Officers were called to a property in Kimms Belt around 7.30pm and arrived to find a man had suffered stab injuries.
The victim is currently in a critical, but stable condition at Papworth Hospital in Cambridgeshire.
A man and a woman, also in their 30s, have been arrested in connection with the incident and have been taken to separate police investigation centres to await questioning.
It is believed that they are both known to the victim.
Anyone with information regarding the incident should contact Thetford CID on101.
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Hannah Pettifer
A museum in Thetford has been celebrating the life of its benefactor, the son of the last maharajah of the sikh empire.
Crown Prince Frederick Duleep Singh, who would have been 150 this month, was brought up near the Norfolk town.
Having studied at Eton and Cambridge, His love of history founded a connection between himself and what was to become the Ancient House museum.
Thousands of pounds worth of rare books - including a first edition Harry Potter - have been stolen from a bookshop in Norfolk.Read the full story ›