Firefighters called to Norwich chimney fire
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Firefighters have tackled a chimney fire in Norwich.
A fire appliance from Sprowston was called to reports of a chimney fire on Magdalen Street at just before 9.45am on Monday (January 7).
However, the fire was extinguished before the crew arrived.
Although firefighters did use a thermal image camera to check for hotspots.
Meanwhile, firefighters from Carrow were sent to an alarm activation in Magpie Road.
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The call, which came in at just after 12.40pm today (January 7), turned out to be a false alarm.
Elsewhere, a fire crew from King's Lynn attended an alarm activation in the town at just after 5.30am today.
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It turned out to be a false alarm caused by a vape device.