Fire engines called to Norfolk village after car crashed into house
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Emergency services were called to a north Norfolk village this morning after a car crashed into a house.
The police and fire service were alerted just after 6am to reports of a car colliding with a house on Sheringham Road in Weybourne, leaving debris on the road and causing damage.
The accident, which saw fire engines from Sheringham and Holt called to the scene at 6.24am, happened on Wednesday, June 12.
Crews from Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service "made the scene and vehicle safe".
A Norfolk Police spokeswoman said: "We were called at 6.01am to reports of a single vehicle road traffic collision where a car had collided with a house.
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"The informant didn't think there was any damage to the house but there was a lot of debris on the road.
"There was minor damage to the house and the car is damaged but there were no injuries to the driver."
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She added: "The fire service were called to check for the safety of the building."
Police did not attend the incident, but were made aware.