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Fire Causes Power Cuts and School Closure

Fire Causes Power Cuts and School Closure

Published by KLFM
8:48am 1st October 2014.

A shed fire near Magdalen Village School near Wiggenhall spread to a electricity transformer this morning causing power cuts in parts of the village.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue say a car and patio gas cylinders were also affected.

The school is closed for the day and UK Power Networks are trying to get the electricity back on for people living nearby.

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