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Motorist helped pull vehicle out of flood water in West Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 11:00 16 November 2019 | UPDATED: 11:00 16 November 2019

File pic of firefighters in Norfolk. PIC: Chris Bishop.

File pic of firefighters in Norfolk. PIC: Chris Bishop.

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A motorist stuck in flood water in the west of the county was pulled out by another vehicle.

Fire crews from Downham Market and King's Lynn were called to rescue a motorist stuck water at Welney at just after 9.20am this morning (Saturday, November 16) but they were stood down when he was pulled out by another vehicle.

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Fire crews have also been called, at just after 10.30am today (November 16) to a residential property in Scarning, near Dereham, to investigate a smell of smoke.

Other current ongoing incidents being attended by Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service include a small bonfire in Winfarthing and an alarm activation in Norwich which proved to be a false alarm.


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