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Five fire crews called to Sainsbury’s superstore in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 06:53 21 November 2018 | UPDATED: 14:49 21 November 2018

Fire crews were called to Sainsbury's in Queens Road, Norwich. Picture: Steve Adams.

Fire crews were called to Sainsbury's in Queens Road, Norwich. Picture: Steve Adams.

Five fire engines were called to reports of a fire in a Norwich superstore.

Crews were called to Sainsbury’s in Queens Road at just after 6am on Wednesday, November 21.

Fire engines from Earlham, Wroxham, Long Stratton, Hethersett and Wymondham went to the scene, but the fire was out before they arrived.

The fire had started in the store’s bakery. Nobody was hurt and the superstore is open as usual.


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