Van driver sought after roundabout damage
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A van driver left the scene after his vehicle crashed into railings at a roundabout.
The flat-bed van collided with the railings at the Stalham Road mini-roundabout in Hoveton just after midnight on Thursday.
A Norfolk police spokesman said: "Police were called just before 12.20am this morning (13 February) by a member of the public reporting flat-bed van had collided with railings at the mini-roundabout on Stalham Road in Hoveton.
"No-one was inside the vehicle and the driver had left the scene. The fire service attended to make a fuel leak safe and highways have been contacted about the damaged railings. The vehicle was recovered at 1.45am and enquiries are ongoing to trace the driver."
A spokesman for Norfolk Highways said they were aware of the incident and would repair it as soon as possible.
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