A man in his 40s was rescued from a house fire near Lynn’s College of West Anglia in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Fire crews from Lynn, Terrington and Sandringham were called to reports of a smoke alarm sounding at a property in Milton Avenue at about 2am.
The man was rescued from the house and was taken to Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The blaze is believed to have started in the kitchen of the house and crews had it under control within 45 minutes.
n Later in the day, at about 2pm, more than 10 fire engines were called to fight a large blaze that had started in a barn at Three Holes, near Outwell.
Crews from Outwell, Downham, Manea, Fakenham, Wisbech, March, West Walton, Wymondham, Attleborough, Methwold and Lynn were called to reports of straw bales and farm machinery on fire at a farm on Whitehouse Drove, near Lots Bridge.
The firefighters managed to gain control of the blaze by about 8pm and prevented it from spreading to a nearby farmhouse.
Fire crews from Long Sutton and Thorney were later called to a blaze in a field in Pycroft Lane, Walpole St Peter, at about 3.20pm on Sunday afternoon.