Crews called to fire at property in Norfolk town
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Fire crews were called to a property in Patch Meadow, North Walsham.
The incident occurred just after midday on Tuesday, July 23.
A spokesman for Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said: "Crews from North Walsham and Mundesley used hose reels and wore breathing apparatus to extinguish a fire in a property on Patch Meadow. Crews also used a positive pressure ventilation fan to disperse the smoke."
Norfolk police and the East of England Ambulance Service were called, but then stood down. All persons were accounted for, a fire spokesman added.
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