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Crews from five fire stations called to asbestos incident in Norfolk village

PUBLISHED: 17:55 12 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:55 12 May 2018

Church Road, Elsing. Picture: GOOGLE STREETVIEW

Church Road, Elsing. Picture: GOOGLE STREETVIEW

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Crews from five different fire stations were called to help with an asbestos-related incident in a Norfolk village.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue sent appliances from Dereham, Earlham, Carrow, Sprowston and King’s Lynn to assist the ambulance service with the incident at a property in Church Road, Elsing, near Dereham.

The crews were called at 12.59pm on Saturday, May 12, to make the scene of the incident safe while the ambulance crew got to work.

Norfolk Police said they did not attend.

Details of how many people required treatment are not yet available.


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