Woman, 18, killed in A47 crash named by police

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A teenager killed in a crash on the A47 in Norfolk has been named by police.

Ellie Tweed, 18, from Hemsby, Norfolk, died when a car crashed into a lorry at North Burlingham on Tuesday.

Four other women in the car were taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital where three remain in a serious but stable condition.

The fourth woman was transferred to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge where she is in a critical but stable condition.

Ms Tweed was a front seat passenger in the black Fiat Punto which burst into flames after it crashed into the parked large goods vehicle at 05:20 GMT.

She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police are renewing their appeals for witnesses to the incident which closed the A47 for eight hours while an investigation took place.

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