Two-year-old boy rescued from fire at house in South Wootton, near King’s Lynn
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Three people, including a two-year-old boy, were trapped inside a house in the early hours this morning, after a fire broke out in a kitchen.
Neighhbours called the fire service at about 1am, but the trio managed to escape through an upstairs window before the brigade's arrival.
They were all taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn suffering from smoke inhalation.
Three crews from King's Lynn attended the fire at a property in Burghley Road, South Wootton.
Ambulance crews were also called to treat a number of people suffering from smoke inhalation.
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