Air ambulance called to crash at Old Buckenham
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Emergency services, including the air ambulance attended a crash at Old Buckenham this morning.
Two Norfolk Fire and Rescue crews from Attleborough and Wymondham attended the collision on Attleborough Road at about 7.20am on Saturday.
The scene was made safe and a person was released from the vehicle using hydraulic rescue equipment.
They were placed in the care of the ambulance service and the air ambulance arrived to take an injured person to hospital.
The video, taken by Steve Nash, who lives 50 yards away from where the accident took place, shows the moment the air ambulance left the scene.
Mr Nash, 57, said: "I heard the crash shortly after 7am. An hour later one casualty was taken by road ambulance. At 8.30 an air ambulance arrived and left at 9am."
The road remained closed as of 1pm while the vehicle was been recovered.
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Traffic has been slow-moving along the B1077 since the crash.
Norfolk Police have been approached for further information.
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