Edinburgh Woollen Mill closed for the day after flood

PUBLISHED: 17:16 21 November 2015 | UPDATED: 17:23 21 November 2015

Firefighters have been called to several crashes this morning

Firefighters have been called to several crashes this morning


A shop in Great Yarmouth was closed today after a flood in its basement.

Emergency services were called to Edinburgh Woollen Mill on Market Place at 11.38am this morning after a broken valve caused a flood in the shop’s basement.

A plumber was called to stop the leak, while a fire service from the town pumped out the water.

As a result of the flood, a sign was put up on the front of the shop telling customers that it was closed for trade for the rest of the day.

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