Person Pulled From Burning Dereham Home

Person Pulled From Burning Dereham Home

Published by KLFM
8:19am 31st October 2014.

One person was pulled from a burning house in Dereham last night.

A fire broke out on Westfield Lane just before 8 o'clock.

We're not sure if the person was hurt, Norfolk Fire and Rescue say they handed them over to the ambulance service.

 

We'll update this with more details once we get them..

 

 

 

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