Car crashes into house at Billockby Bottom, near Fleggburgh

PUBLISHED: 23:47 02 November 2017

Firefighters were called after a car crashed into a house in Fleggburgh. PIC: Denise Bradley.

Firefighters were called after a car crashed into a house in Fleggburgh. PIC: Denise Bradley.


A car has crashed into a house near Fleggburgh.

Fire crews from Acle, Martham and Gorleston were called to reports of a car having crashed into a house on the A1064 at Billockby Bottom, near Fleggburgh at about 8.30pm on Thursday (November 2).

Crews made vehicles and the surrounding area safe.

A spokesman in the Norfolk police control room said they were still on scene and dealing with the incident at just after 11.20pm.

The spokesman confirmed a car had gone into a house.

It does not appear that anyone has been hurt.

One fire crew remains on scene. 

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