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Norfolk students went to dying man's aid

27 March 2014 Last updated at 21:39 GMT

Students preparing for careers in the emergency services pulled a dying man from a burning car after a crash.

The man and his parents were killed when their Kia Ceed collided with a lorry on the A47 at East Winch, Norfolk, on Wednesday.

A minibus carrying 12 teenagers and three teachers from East Norfolk Sixth Form College was behind the car.

The victims have been named as Jeffrey Hain, 66, his wife Marion, 69, and son Christopher, 36, from Newhey, Rochdale.

BBC Look East reporter Kevin Burch went to visit the students.

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