Serious house fire at Scratby
- Credit: James Weeds
A serious house fire has seen three crews of firefighters attend the scene in Scratby, near Great Yarmouth.
Fire engines from Great Yarmouth, Gorleston and Martham were called to the scene on Beach Road in the village just after 10am today (Friday, January 28).
Forensic services have now arrived on the scene near the California Cliffs holiday park as well as two police cars and a fire car.
Police arrived on the scene just before 10.30am.
Crews wore breathing equipment and used hoses to extinguish the fire as well as a thermal imaging camera to check for hot spots.
An ambulance was also in attendance at the scene.
They left the scene at about 10.45am.
- 1 'God's waiting room' - Norfolk town is country's pensioner hotspot
- 2 RAF flypast to pass through Norfolk's skies
- 3 'He could've gone all the way' - Mum's tribute to aspiring boxer, 19
- 4 'It's just not viable anymore' - Pub near Great Yarmouth closes
- 5 Readers reveal top 10 fish and chips - but the battle is on for top spot
- 6 Tyson Fury is making a comeback to Gorleston
- 7 Two Norfolk spots named among best places in Britain for a weekend break
- 8 Star-studded line-up announced for free Norfolk festival
- 9 Person banned from driving arrested after crashing into pedestrian crossing
- 10 Lloyds to close bank in Norwich suburb
This is a breaking news story. Be sure the check back on the website for further updates as they come in.
Join our Norfolk Breaking News Facebook group to be the first to see breaking news stories in the county.