Emergency services deal with incident near city roundabout

Emergency services are at the scene of the incident near Halfords Roundabout (pictured) in St Crispins Road.

Emergency services are at the scene of the incident near Halfords Roundabout (pictured) in St Crispins Road. - Credit: Google Maps

Emergency services dealt with an incident in Norwich on Friday night.

Police, fire, ambulance and a rescue boat were called to the incident which happened near St Crispins Road, close to Halfords Roundabout, just after 6.40pm on Friday, April 22, in the city.

One fire engine from Earlham was in attendance as well as a rescue boat from Carrow.

A Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said last night: "We're assisting the police and ambulance service but it is a police-led incident."

Norfolk Constabulary has been contacted for more information.

UPDATE: This turned out to be a false alarm caused by an abandoned mobility scooter.