Three people die on Norfolk's roads

The junction of Ormesby Road and St Hilda Road in Caister-on-Sea A woman died at the junction of Ormesby Road and St Hilda Road in Caister

Three people have been killed on Norfolk's roads in the space of 24 hours.

A pedestrian died when he was hit by a BMW on the A146 in Stockton at about 18:20 GMT on Saturday.

A female pedestrian who was struck by a bus was pronounced dead at the scene on Ormesby Road, in Caister-on-Sea, at about 16:00 GMT on Saturday.

On Friday evening, a man was airlifted to hospital where he later died after a head-on crash on the A122 at Stradsett.

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