Firefighters called out to deal with a large straw stack fire near Ludham

PUBLISHED: 21:09 23 June 2017 | UPDATED: 00:17 24 June 2017

Firefighters were called to the scene. Picture: Archant

Firefighters were called to the scene. Picture: Archant

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2011

Firefighters were called out to deal with a large straw stack fire near Ludham.

The incident in Clint Street, in the hamlet of Johnson Street, started at about 4pm today and involved about 30 tons of straw.

Three fire crews were sent to the scene and firefighters were there for several hours.

Fire crews used compressed air foam, hose and main jets and hand appliances to extinguish the fire.

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