Appeal over Shipdham crash
Ian ClarkePolice have appealed for witnesses to a crash which left two men in hospital.The driver of a green Suzuki Baleno, a 74-year-old man from Lowestoft, suffered a broken right arm and a fractured left leg, after the vehicle was in collision with a silver Toyota Yaris on the A1075 between Shipdham and Watton at Crowshill at about 1pm on Sunday.Ian Clarke
Police have appealed for witnesses to a crash which left two men in hospital.
The driver of a green Suzuki Baleno, a 74-year-old man from Lowestoft, suffered a broken right arm and a fractured left leg, after the vehicle was in collision with a silver Toyota Yaris on the A1075 between Shipdham and Watton at Crowshill at about 1pm on Sunday.
The front seat passenger in the Suzuki, a 64-year-old man from the Watton area, suffered a broken left hip and facial injuries.
Both had to be freed by firefighters and went to hospital.
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Police said the Toyota was travelling towards Watton when it was in collision with the Suzuki heading in the opposite direction.
Following the initial incident, a silver BMW Mini and a black BMW 318, which were behind the green Suzuki, both again heading towards Shipdham, also collided.
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PC Ian Thexton, from Swaffham Road Policing, wants to hear from anyone who witnessed the collisions or has information regarding the manner of driving of any of the vehicles beforehand. He can be contacted on 0845 456 4567 or people can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.