Firefighters called out to kitchen fire in Gorleston
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Firefighters have been called to a kitchen fire in Gorleston.
Two appliances from Gorleston were called to reports of a fire in the kitchen of an address in Newnham Green.
Crews, who were called just before 5.50pm on Sunday (July 16), removed 'combustible materials from the oven' and used a fan to clear smoke from the building.
Earlier in the day, fire crews from Great Yarmouth and Gorleston attended a crash on Pasteur Road, Yarmouth.
No persons were trapped following the crash, which happened shortly before 3.10pm.
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