Out of control BBQ and lawn mower blaze among calls to fire service as sun hits Norfolk
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Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service have been busy as people go about enjoying the summer sun.
A crew from Dereham was called to extinguish a BBQ that had got out of control in Cranworth, near Shipdham, at 12.25pm on Saturday.
Firefighters tackled the blaze using hose jets.
A gardener had a surprise after a lawn mower caught fire in Mendham Lane, Harleston, at about 10.50am
A team from Harleston attended and use jets to put the fire out.
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Meanwhile, in King's Lynn, a crew from the town's fire station helped a person who had fallen at 8.10am.
A crew was then sent to tackle a blaze in Fred Ackland Drive at about 11.50am, using hose reel jets to extinguish.
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