See the devastation left by the fire in Hemsby
- Credit: Archant
The devastation left by a blaze which tore through a derelict former boys club is clear to see from above.
The building fire in an area of Hemsby known as the Marrams took 40 fire fighters over two hours to extinguish.
A crew from Hemsby Independent Lifeboat were among the first on the scene after seeing the flames while on a training exercise.
They used neighbour's garden hoses to help keep the flames at bay from nearby chalets while waiting for the fire service to arrive.
Emergency services were called to St Marys Road, shortly after 7.20pm on Wednesday evening and immediately evacuated people staying in six nearby chalets.
You may also want to watch:
The cause of the fire in still unknown and a fire investigation began yesterday.
- 1 Pedestrian dies after being hit by lorry on A47
- 2 WATCH: Cars float on high tide in north Norfolk
- 3 Family's tribute to 'gentle giant' killed in A134 crash
- 4 Major rush hour delays expected as crash involving lorry closes part of A47
- 5 Former sixth form land could be divided up and sold
- 6 Yarmouth man convicted of historic rape after DNA match
- 7 Norfolk Broads boating holiday company named best in Britain
- 8 Flood warnings along Norfolk coast, with Wells flood gate in place
- 9 54-home plan delayed due to 'nightmare' traffic concerns
- 10 Crash blocks road off A47 at Honingham