Mundesley fire spreads to another vehicle, a garden shed and then fencing

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section o

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section of fencing. Photo by Sam Englestone - Credit: Sam Englestone

A fire spread to another vehicle, a garden shed and a section of fencing.

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section o

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section of fencing. Photo by Sam Englestone - Credit: Sam Englestone

It happened in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley, on the north Norfolk coast, at about 3.45pm on Monday, February 13.

A Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said there were no reports of any injuries.

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section o

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section of fencing. Photo by Sam Englestone - Credit: Sam Englestone

A spokesman added: 'One appliance from Mundesley was mobilised to a vehicle fire on Lancaster Rise.

'This fire spread to a second vehicle, a garden shed and a section of fencing.

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section o

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section of fencing. Photo by Sam Englestone - Credit: Sam Englestone


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'The crews used hose reel jets, hand tools and a thermal imaging camera and wore breathing apparatus. A hydrant was also used to supplement the water supply.'

Neither Norfolk police nor the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust were called.

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section o

A vehicle fire in Lancaster Rise, Mundesley spreads to a second vehicle, garden shed and a section of fencing. Photo by Sam Englestone - Credit: Sam Englestone

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The extent of the damage to the shed and fencing is unknown and the cause of the blaze is being investigated.

Did you see what happened and/or take any photographs? Email david.bale2@archant.co.uk or call 01263 513316.

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