Norwich prison officers put out fire
- Credit: Steve Adams
Prison officers put out a fire at a Norwich jail.
Fire crews from Sprowston, Carrow and Earlham attended a small fire at HMP Norwich on Knox Road at 8.40am today.
A Prison Service spokesman said: 'HMP Norwich staff put out a small fire. There were no injuries to staff or prisoners.
'The fire service attended as a precaution.'
A spokesman for Norfolk police confirmed they had been made aware of a fire at the prison but were not attending.
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Fire crews who attended used breathing apparatus, hose reel jets and a thermal image camera.
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