Firefighters called to Norfolk chimney fire
- Credit: Sophie Wyllie
Firefighters have been called out to a chimney fire in Norfolk.
An appliance from Stalham attended a chimney fire at a property on High Hill, Hickling at just before 7pm on Thursday, September 5.
Firefighters used chimney equipment to extinguish the fire.
A thermal image camera was also used to check for hot spots.
Meanwhile, a fire appliance and the Environmental Protection Unit from Sprowston was called to an issue with a petrol pump at Coltishall at just after 6.40pm on Thursday (September 5).
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They helped make the area safe.
Earlier, a crew from North Walsham attended reports of a fire in the open on North Walsham Road in Paston.
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The fire, which was called in at just after 6.20pm this evening, was found to have been started deliberately.
Hose reel jets were used to put out the fire.