Fire at King’s Head pub in Holt
- Credit: Archant
Firefighters were called to the King's Head pub in Holt last night after a fire broke out in an extractor duct.
Crews from Holt and Sheringham went to the High Street pub just after 8pm and used hosereel jets to extinguish it. They were at the scene for 22 minutes.
Bar manager Debs Bishop said an ember from the pub's charcoal grill had flown up into the extractor hood, creating a lot of smoke.
Customers were moved to the back of the building for about half an hour, until firefighters had dealt with the problem, and then business continued as normal.
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