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Firefighters called to help with overnight flood in Cromer

PUBLISHED: 08:42 19 May 2017 | UPDATED: 09:59 19 May 2017

Firefighters helped residents after they were called to a flood on St Mary's Road, Cromer. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP.

Firefighters helped residents after they were called to a flood on St Mary's Road, Cromer. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP.

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Firefighters from Cromer were called during the early hours of the morning due to a flood at a home in the town.

Firefighters helped residents after they were called to a flood on St Mary's Road, Cromer. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP.Firefighters helped residents after they were called to a flood on St Mary's Road, Cromer. Picture: DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP.

One appliance from the Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service attended to the incident at a house on St Mary’s Road.

The crew was called shortly before 5am today (Friday).

The flood was caused by a faulty water tank.

No one is believed to have been injured or needed medical assistance.

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