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Barnby: Man who suffered serious head injuries in collision on A146 remains in hospital

10:49 08 April 2014

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A man who suffered serious head injuries in a two-car collision in Barnby is still in hospital today, according to police.

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Police are continuing to ask for witnesses to the incident, which happened on the A146 at about 5.45pm yesterday. It involved a green Peugeot and a silver Honda.

The road was blocked in both directions following the incident with firefighters, paramedics and the air ambulance also being sent to the scene.

The male driver of the Peugeot was taken to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, where he remains.

The driver of the Honda was also taken to hospital but has not suffered any serious injuries.

Anybody who witnessed the incident is asked to call the Roads Policing Unit on 101.

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