Man taken to hospital following gas leak in Bradwell

PUBLISHED: 16:57 15 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:57 15 October 2018

Fire services were called to a house on Curlew Way in Bradwell this morning after a gas leak at a property. Photo: Denise Bradley

Fire services were called to a house on Curlew Way in Bradwell this morning after a gas leak at a property. Photo: Denise Bradley


A man has been taken to hospital after a gas leak at his property in Bradwell.

Norfolk Police said they were called to a house on Curlew Way at 11.16am this morning after a suspected carbon monoxide leak from a boiler.

Fire and rescue services from Gorleston and Great Yarmouth attended the incident and shut off gas and electricity supplies to make the scene safe.

A spokesperson for Norfolk Police said the man has been taken to James Paget University Hospital as a precaution.

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