Dramatic scenes as new year begins with Southery blaze

Fire crews from Downham, Methwold, Littleport and King's Lynn attend a blaze on Feltwell Road Southery just after midnight   *Please do not credit me*
Fire crews from Downham, Methwold, Littleport and King's Lynn attend a blaze on Feltwell Road Southery just after midnight *Please do not credit me*
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There was a dramatic start to 2016 in one West Norfolk village when a broke out in the early hours of this morning.

Crews were called to Feltwell Road in Southery shortly after 1am today to deal with the blaze, which began in a building attached to a home and was threatening to spread.

Fire crews from Downham, Methwold, Littleport and King's Lynn attend a blaze on Feltwell Road Southery just after midnight   *Please do not credit me*

Fire crews from Downham, Methwold, Littleport and King's Lynn attend a blaze on Feltwell Road Southery just after midnight *Please do not credit me*

At its height, four crews including units from the King’s Lynn South and Littleport stations were called to deal with the incident.

Meanwhile, three people have been rescued by firefighters following a four-vehicle crash on the B1105 at Egmere, near Walsingham, late this afternoon.

Emergency crews were called to the scene at around 4.45pm and crews from Fakenham and Wells freed three people from the wreckage into the care of paramedics. Elsewhere, Lynn and Sandringham crews were called to reports of a building fire in Dersingham shortly before 10.30pm last night.

But the report from an address in Post Office Road turned out to be a false alarm, because of a faulty appliance, Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service.

Fire crews from Downham, Methwold, Littleport and King's Lynn attend a blaze on Feltwell Road Southery just after midnight   *Please do not credit me*

Fire crews from Downham, Methwold, Littleport and King's Lynn attend a blaze on Feltwell Road Southery just after midnight *Please do not credit me*