Thunderstorms, Krispy Kreme and Jeremy Kyle - The five most popular stories read by you in September
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In case you missed something, here are our most read stories for the month of September.
1. 'What I saw down there was unbelievable' - Jeremy Kyle on his visit to Norwich's Prince of Wales Road
Controversial television presenter Jeremy Kyle spent a Saturday night on Norwich's infamous Prince of Wales Road and said he never thought a night out in the city could 'turn so sour for some'.
2. End of summer as thunderstorms cause flooding across Norfolk
Some parts of the county saw 80mm of rain fall in just one day as temperatures dropped by 10C overnight and caused flooding across the county, most notably in Wymondham and Cromer.
3. Doughnut fans queue for 10 hours as Norwich Krispy Kreme store opens
People queued through the night in intu Chapelfield as the American doughnut giant opened their first store in the city, giving out bundles of free sweet treats.
4. Appeal for witnesses after child cyclist is taken to hospital with multiple injuries following Norwich lorry crash
An 11-year-old girl was taken to hospital after being hit by a lorry on Salhouse Road as she made here way to school at Open Academy.
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5. Police investigating incident in Dereham pet store's car park
Police investigated an incident near Jollyes Petfood Superstore in Dereham which saw members of the police's forensic services team at the scene.
- 1 Latest situation on fuel sees more queues despite continued assurances
- 2 County welcomes tankers but motorists continue to queue for fuel
- 3 Former DJ and worker at Norfolk school was a 'deviant sexual predator'
- 4 Jailed in Norfolk: Paedophiles and man caught with £15k of cannabis
- 5 Seaside restaurant hit with zero food hygiene rating
- 6 Flowers left by road in tribute after man's death
- 7 Roadworks to be aware of in Norfolk this week
- 8 'It's looking bleak' - City taxi firms respond to panic-buying at the pumps
- 9 More than 300 homes hit by power cut in mid Norfolk
- 10 Norfolk scams: Rogue gardeners and fake energy salespeople