Two lorries crash into buildings on the same stretch of road in the same day

The damage caused to the corner of St Nicholas Street by the second failure to stop collision on Dec

The damage caused to the corner of St Nicholas Street by the second failure to stop collision on December 12. Photo Sara Lane - Credit: Archant

Police are appealing for witnesses after a second failure to stop collision involving a lorry took place in Dereham last night.

The lorry on Wellington Street. Photo: Megan Smith

The lorry on Wellington Street. Photo: Megan Smith - Credit: Archant

Officers were called to St Nicholas Street at 7.20pm on Tuesday December 12 after receiving reports of a lorry in collision with a house.

Low level damage to the building was caused, with bricks and debris left on the road and pavement.

The fire service were called to inspect the building, which they declared safe.

The owner of the house has been informed.


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Police confirmed the lorry driver failed to stop at the scene. They are appealing for anyone with information to come forward by calling 101.

Earlier the same day a lorry had caused damage to a building across the street and dislodged a road sign. The driver also failed to stop at the scene of the accident.

Residents expressed fears over the 'frequent' incidents and called for restrictions on traffic in the area to be introduced.

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