Firefighters tackle rubbish fire in north Norfolk town
- Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017
Firefighters tackled a blaze in a bin after rubbish caught fire in a north Norfolk town.
A fire engine from Holt attended a fire on Station Road earlier this afternoon, after being alerted by a member of the public at 3.19pm.
The crew were on the scene at 3.27pm and had the blaze under control within minutes, and fully extinguished by 3.32pm.
A spokesperson for Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said: 'A member of the public made a 999 call.
'One crew from Holt attended the fire, which was in the open.'
You may also want to watch:
- 1 Air ambulance and coastguard attend incident on Sheringham beachfront
- 2 Top five Norfolk campsites according to Tripadvisor
- 3 Tributes to 'true gentleman' from well-known Cromer family
- 4 WATCH: Cars float on high tide in north Norfolk
- 5 Police investigation into Thorpe Market death 'ongoing'
- 6 Do you remember these shocking scenes from floods of the past?
- 7 Bank staff could work from Drill Hall after branch closes
- 8 'The company was becoming the story' - Under fire care home firm to sell up
- 9 Plaque unveiled in memory of 'passionate' railway volunteer
- 10 Has north Norfolk started its Christmas shopping early?