Motorist cut free from car after it overturns
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A motorist had to be cut free from a car after it overturned during rush-hour this morning.
It happened on Belaugh Road, Hoveton at about 8.15am.
A Norfolk police spokesman said: 'We were called at 8.20am by the ambulance service, to reports that a vehicle had overturned near a bank.
'The fire service took the roof off the car and the road was closed. The person suffered a minor leg injury. It was a black Fiat.
'The road was cleared by about 10.20am.'
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Fire appliances from Sprowston, Wroxham and Carrow attended, and a spokesman said: 'Crews used hydraulic rescue equipment to release a trapped person and then assisted the ambulance service with casualty care. The scene and vehicle were then made safe.'
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