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Emergency services from across Norfolk tackle large fire

PUBLISHED: 07:20 20 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:44 20 July 2018

Fire at Leziate. Picture: King's Lynn police.

Fire at Leziate. Picture: King's Lynn police.

King's Lynn police

Emergency services are tackling a large fire in a hamlet.

Emergency services were called to the incident in Leziate, near King’s Lynn at midnight.

The fire is in a disused building in King’s Lynn Park Country Club, and is being tackled by 10 Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service engines, a water carrier, an aerial ladder platform and a command support unit.

A post on Twitter at around 6am by King’s Lynn Police said the fire is still being tackled by crews from around the county and that smoke is blowing towards King’s Lynn town.

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