Swaffham Warehouse Fire Investigation Starts

Swaffham Warehouse Fire Investigation Starts

Published by KLFM
2:15pm 3rd November 2014.

An investigation is being carried out to find out what started a huge warehouse fire near Swaffham over the weekend.

6 fire crews made up of 35 - 40 retained firemen and women attended over the course of the incident which started on Saturday morning.

3 gas cylinders, 2 diesel tanks as well as an air conditioning unit were involved, and the building was almost completely destroyed.

Crews stayed overnight to make sure it was out and safe.

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