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Crews called to overheated engine onboard boat in Hoveton

Fire crews are on scene in Hoveton. Picture: Archant

Fire crews are on scene in Hoveton. Picture: Archant

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Four fire crews were called to an overheated engine onboard a boat in Hoveton, a Broads Authority spokesman said.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service was called to Lower Street to reports of a boat fire at about 3.30pm today.

A Broads Authority spokesman said that there were no reports of injuries.

A spokesman said: “It was an overheated engine on a boat.”

The incident was closed at about 4.40pm.

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