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Do they want to push our whole family out of Necton? ” Norfolk Police said they do not have any CCTV from the graffiti at the substation and no leads, while National Grid, which operates the site, said the graffiti has now been removed.
UK Power Networks project manager, Tony Dobing, said: “This important project will see our overhead electricity lines removed from what is a beautiful coastal site.
Police, Norfolk Fire and Rescue and ambulance crews rushed to the scene of the crash at the junction of Brumstead Road and Stepping Stone Lane, Stalham at around 2.30pm on Tuesday (January 30).
A man and a woman were treated for injuries there, before being taken to James Paget Hospital in Great Yarmouth for further treatment.
“As well as improving the views, this should also help to make electricity supplies to residents in the area more reliable during severe weather.
We are working closely with local residents and our partners to complete the work as soon as possible and with minimal disruption.” The cables and poles at Cley and Wiveton Hall are scheduled to be removed by April of this year at the site, which is in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
“Casualty care and scene safety was also carried out and assistance given to the Police and Ambulance Service.” An East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said: “A rapid response vehicle and two ambulances attended.