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Fire crews deal with Hethersett fire

15:57 26 May 2012

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Firefighters were called to deal with a bin fire in a Norfolk village during the early hours this morning.

Fire crews from Hethersett were called to the incident in New Road, Hethersett shortly after 4.30pm.

The crews took four minutes to deal with the incident using hose reel jets before returning to their station.

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  • Called "in the early hours" .. "call at 4:30pm" .... so morning or night make your mind up time

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    andre smith

    Saturday, May 26, 2012

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