Elderly resident helped from blaze in Sheringham by fire-fighters

PUBLISHED: 14:10 27 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:10 27 March 2018

Emergency services attended a fire in Sheringham. Photo: Denise Bradley

Emergency services attended a fire in Sheringham. Photo: Denise Bradley


An elderly resident was escorted from a property by fire-fighters after a blaze in Sheringham.

A spokesman for Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said: “Appliances from Sheringham, Cromer and Holt attended Cromer Road to a building fire.

“Crews wearing breathing apparatus used hose reel jets to extinguish the fire and assisted an elderly resident from the property. A positive pressure ventilation fan was also used to clear smoke from the building.”

Crews attended the site from about 12.30pm today and the fire was extinguished about an hour later.

A spokesman added that the ambulance service was not required.

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