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Eleven people injured in collision involving car and minibus

Eleven people were injured in a collision involving a car and a minibus near Thetford Rugby Club on Saturday night (November 23).

The crash involving a white Renault minibus and a black BMW was on the A134 at Two Mile Bottom at 6.40pm.

Eleven people were injured - six with serious injuries - and they were taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital and West Suffolk Hospital for treatment.

Police appeal. Stock picture
Police appeal. Stock picture

Norfolk Police and the East of England Ambulance Service used Thetford Rugby Club for the air ambulance to land and other ambulance resources including a medical team and critical care paramedics.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service attended as well as Magpas Doctor Antonia Hazlerigg and critical care paramedic Steve Chambers via a Magpas Air Ambulance rapid response vehicle.

The Magpas advanced medical team assessed and treated one patient at the scene, a woman in her 50s, who suffered multiple serious injuries.

Police are keen to find the driver of an articulated lorry who may be a witness to the collision.

The road was closed for a police investigation and was reopened just after 3.11am on Sunday, November 24.

Any witnesses to the collision, or drivers with dashcam footage are asked to contact Sgt Matt Steward on 101 quoting incident CAD reference 375 of November 23.

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