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Firefighters took two hours to deal with Pulham blaze

PUBLISHED: 17:29 16 April 2012

Firefighters tackled the blaze in Watton.

Firefighters tackled the blaze in Watton.

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Firefighters took two hours to deal with a fire in a derelict building this afternoon.

Fire crews from Harleston and Long Stratton were called to the blaze in a derelict building measuring 10m X 10m in Semere Lane shortly after midday.

The fire was believed to have been started accidentally and hose reel jets were used.

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