Woman Dies After Norfolk Crash

A woman's died following a crash in Norfolk yesterday.

The three vehicle collision took place at 4.40pm on the A146 near to the High Bungay Road. A silver Vauxhall Vectra travelling towards Hales was in collision with a green Vauxhall Corsa which was travelling towards Norwich. A black Vauxhall Vectra was also in collision with the silver Vauxhall Vectra.

The A146 was closed in both directions and diversions put in place while emergency services attended and carry out initial investigations, cleared debris from the carriageway and recovery of the vehicles took place. The road was reopened at approximately 11.30pm.

A woman in her 60s, who was a passenger in the green Vauxhall Corsa and from the Norwich area, sadly died in the collision.

The occupants of the silver Vauxhall Vectra sustained injuries and were taken to hospital. A male was taken to Addenbrookes hospital with serious chest injuries, a woman was taken to the James Paget hospital with serious abdominal injuries and another woman, aged in her 60s and who was driving the Vectra, was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich hospital with a broken ankle and bruising.

A woman, aged in her 20s and driving the green Vauxhall Corsa was taken to Addenbrookes with serious injuries. A woman, also aged in her 20s, in the black Vauxhall Vectra sustained minor bruising.

Officers are keen to hear from any witnesses who may have seen the collision or the manner of driving of any of the vehicles. Any witnesses should contact Wymondham Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.

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