Crews called to building fire in west Norfolk village

Fire crews were called out to rescue two sheep from the river in Norwich.Photo: Denise Bradley

Fire crews were called to an early morning fire in Terrington St Clement. Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017

Firefighters were called to an early morning building fire in a Norfolk village.

Crews from King's Lynn South, Terrington and West Walton attended a domestic building fire on Goshold Park in Terrington St Clement just before 6.30am on Monday, January 18.

The firefighters were on scene for around one and a half hours and the stop message was received at 7.55am.

Crews wearing breathing apparatus used main jets and hose reel jets to extinguish the fire. A thermal imaging camera was used to check for hot spots. 

A fire spokesman said: "The initial call came in at 6.25, so the incident lasted for around 1.5 hours and three appliances attended the incident."

Police also attended in support of the incident and were called at around 6.30am.

A police spokesman said: "Officers attended the scene but were no longer required after it was established that there were no public safety concerns or requirements for road closures."