Norfolk road crash: Pedestrian hit by car dies

A pedestrian in his 50s has died after being hit by a car on a road in Norfolk.

The crash happened on the A1101 at Three Holes near Upwell on Friday at about 18:40 GMT.

Diversions were in place for four hours while emergency services attended the scene.

The male driver of a Land Rover Discovery, aged in his 40s, has been helping officers with their investigation.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who believes they may have seen the green Land Rover being driven in the area before the collision or spotted a man walking in the area.

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