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Emergency crews spent several hours tackling a blaze near a West Norfolk village last night.

Units were called to a fire on open ground in Abbey Road, Pentney, shortly after 9pm on Friday.

The Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said units from Lynn and Thetford, as well as a water carrier from Fakenham, were sent to the area and the blaze was reported to have been put out shortly after 1am.

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Earlier in the day, units from Lynn and Hunstanton were called to a similar blaze in Bawsey. The incident was reported shortly after 3.40pm.



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