Car bursts into flames in Cromer
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Firefighters have been kept busy on Good Friday.
While many people enjoyed a public holiday, crews across the region responded to a number of emergency calls.
Firefighters in Cromer dealt with a car on fire in the town's Holt Road by isolating the electrics in the vehicle just before 4.40pm.
And, five minutes later, crews from Stalham and Wroxham responded to a road traffic collision in Stepping Stone Lane, Stalham.
Earlier in the day, firefighters were called out to a fire in a domestic building in Bacton.
Two appliances from Mundesley and Stalham rushed to the scene in Priory Close after the alarm was raised around 1.45pm.
They wore breathing apparatus and extinguished the fire using hose reel jets supplemented by a nearby hydrant. A thermal imaging camera was used to check for hotspots.
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