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Fire crews called in to tractor blaze

PUBLISHED: 10:07 12 March 2019 | UPDATED: 10:43 12 March 2019

Colby Road in Banningham, north Norfolk. Norfolk Fire and Rescue put out a tractor fire in a shed there. Picture: GOOGLE STREETVIEW

Colby Road in Banningham, north Norfolk. Norfolk Fire and Rescue put out a tractor fire in a shed there. Picture: GOOGLE STREETVIEW

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Firefighters were called in after a tractor caught on fire in north Norfolk.

The Duke's Head pub at Corpusty. Residents in Corpusty and its neighbourhing village, Saxthorpe have voted to adopt a neighbourhood plan. Picture: GOOGLE STREETVIEWThe Duke's Head pub at Corpusty. Residents in Corpusty and its neighbourhing village, Saxthorpe have voted to adopt a neighbourhood plan. Picture: GOOGLE STREETVIEW

Fire engines from North Walsham and Aylsham stations rushed to a shed in Colby Road, Banningham just after 8.30am this morning (Tuesday, March 12) where they found the farm vehicle on fire.

Wearing masks, the crews used hoses to put the blaze out within about 15 minutes.

A spokesman said they then used thermal imaging camera top check the fire was completely out.

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