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Deneside blaze mystery

PUBLISHED: 14:17 31 October 2008 | UPDATED: 12:09 03 July 2010

FIRE investigators this morning began inspecting the site of a blaze in Great Yarmouth that took nearly four hours to extinguish.

Two crews were initially called to the partially demolished property being converted into flats in the town's Deneside shortly after midnight.

FIRE investigators this morning began inspecting the site of a blaze in Great Yarmouth that took nearly four hours to extinguish.

Two crews were initially called to the partially demolished property being converted into flats in the town's Deneside shortly after midnight.

After finding the blaze had taken hold, and with access difficult due to the state of the building, further crews were called from Gorleston and Martham.

A hydraulic platform was used to fight the fire and one crew was still on scene at 4am.


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