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Emergency services attend Norfolk house fire

PUBLISHED: 06:37 20 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:10 20 February 2018

A house was destroyed in a fire in St Margarets Place, Sea Palling. Picture: Stuart Anderson

A house was destroyed in a fire in St Margarets Place, Sea Palling. Picture: Stuart Anderson

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Emergency services attended to a house fire in Sea Palling in the early hours of this morning.

A house was destroyed in a fire in St Margarets Place, Sea Palling. Picture: Stuart Anderson A house was destroyed in a fire in St Margarets Place, Sea Palling. Picture: Stuart Anderson

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said appliances from Stalham, Martham, Wroxham along with the Aerial Ladder Platform from Great Yarmouth had attended the “building fire” on St Margarets Place after receiving a call shortly before 2am.

Crews used main and hose reel jets to extinguish the fire.

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A spokesman said: “We’re not sure what started the fire at this stage but personnel are still on the scene.”

A house was destroyed in a fire in St Margarets Place, Sea Palling. Picture: Stuart Anderson A house was destroyed in a fire in St Margarets Place, Sea Palling. Picture: Stuart Anderson

He said it was “a fairly significant fire” in an occupied house.

The spokesman said he could not comment at this stage on whether anyone was injured during the fire.

This story will be updated as more details emerge,

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