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Man suffers multiple injuries after A1065 crash

Man suffers multiple injuries after A1065 crash

Published by KLFM
4:41pm 16th May 2019. (Updated at 5:44pm 16th May 2019)

A man suffered multiple injuries after a car and motorcyclist crashed on the A1065.

Emergency services were called to the scene at Swaffham at around 2pm today (16th May).

East England Ambulance Service sent an ambulances, a rapid response vehicles two ambulance officer vehicles and the air ambulance.

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The man was taken to the QEH in King's Lynn by road ambulance.

Norfolk Accident Rescue Service and MAGPAS air ambulance worked alongside paramedics.

Norfolk Police closed the A1065 to carry out investigations after the driver of the car fled the scene.

Officers say they've now recovered that vehicle.

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