Smell of burning in Costessey found to be false alarm
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Firefighters were called to investigate a smell of burning in Costessey.
A crew from Earlham was sent to Norwich Road, Costessey, at just before 5.45pm on Tuesday (January 15) following reports of a smell of burning.
However it was found to be a false alarm.
Meanwhile, crews from Martham and Great Yarmouth attended a small fire in a property in Martham at just after 5.15pm this evening (January 15).
However the fire was extinguished before crews arrived on scene.
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Earlier today, two appliances from Thetford assisted Suffolk Fire & Rescue Service with a building fire in Barningham, Suffolk.
They were called to help at just before 3pm.
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