Building fire breaks out in quiet cul-de-sac
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Firefighters had to be called after a building caught on fire in a quiet residential street.
Two appliances from Dereham, and another from Fakenham, were called at 9.53am on Tuesday, October 22, to a house in mid Norfolk.
The engines arrived shortly after to Lawrence Place in Foxley, between Reepham and Dereham.
Crews wore breathing gear and used jets, ladders and a thermal image camera to put out the blaze, which is believed to have been contained on the first floor.
A positive pressure ventilation fan was also used to clear the building of smoke.
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No one is believed to have been injured during the fire and the cause of it is currently unknown.
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