57 firefighters spent nearly seven hours at farm building blaze
PUBLISHED: 15:05 17 July 2019 | UPDATED: 15:17 17 July 2019
Fifty-seven firefighters tackled a blaze at an agricultural building in west Norfolk.
Crews were called to South Acre, near Castle Acre, at about 7.45am on Wednesday, July 17, and were still on scene nearly seven hours later.
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A Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: "Appliances from King's Lynn South, King's Lynn North, Dereham, Downham Market, the water carrier, a support from Fakenham and an aerial appliance, with support from Earlham, attended an agricultral building fire in South Acre.
"The crews used main jets supplemented by a hydrant and compressed air foam to extinguish the fire. They also used a thermal imaging camera to check for hotspots."
There were no reports of any injuries at the site.