A11 partially blocked after car overturns in collision

PUBLISHED: 20:38 18 January 2016 | UPDATED: 08:06 19 January 2016

Car overturned at the A11

Car overturned at the A11


One person has been taken to hospital after a car overturned on the A11.

The collision occurred southbound near the East Harling Turnoff at Attleborough at around 4.42pm, when two cars collided.

Fire crews attended along with the ambulance service.

One person had to be cut from a vehicle, and three occupants were treated at the scene, two having suffered minor injuries.

The third was taken to West Suffolk Hospital with a suspected back injury.

One lane of the southbound carriageway was closed following the incident.

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